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ENGS 46 - Advanced Hydrology

Description

A survey of advanced methods used to analyze the occurrence and movement of water in the natural environment. The watershed processes controlling the generation of runoff and streamflow are highlighted and used to explore the transport and fate of sediment and contaminants in watersheds. Throughout the course the ideas and concepts are explored through the primary literature, with emphasis given to methods of observation, measurement, data analysis, and prediction.

Prerequisites

MATH 3 and EARS 16 or 33 or BIO 53 or ENGS 43 or permission of instructor

Cross Listed Courses

EARS 76

Distribution Code

TAS

Offered

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Term: Fall 2022
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A&S Staff