HWRS 560A Watershed Hydrology
(4 units) Watershed hydrology looks at how water movement, storage, and transformation on the Earth's surface is influenced by landscape characteristics, including human modification of those characteristics, and weather. As such, watershed hydrology will focus on surface water. However, this course offers a brief introduction to groundwater as it pertains to watershed hydrology. Graduate-level requirements include completion of a graduate environmental inquiry through volunteer work. Graduate students will be required to blog about these experiences.
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School of Natural Resources and the Environment (formerly the School of Renewable Natural Resources, RNR)