Ecohydrology (Spring Semesters, combined grad/undergrad)
This course is about the terrestrial biosphere and way plants and soil influence the hydrologic cycle. We explore water, carbon, and energy fluxes within the Earth system from a hands-on experimental approach and through exposure to land-surface and climate models. (GEO 371T/391)
Physical Hydrology (Alternating falls, combined grad/undergrad)
This course is an in-depth investigation into the math and physics behind hydrological processes. The objectives of the course are: (1) to acquire process-based understanding of physical hydrological processes in order to support further study and (2) to develop quantitative problem solving and scientific communication skills in hydrology and beyond. (GEO 376S/382S)
Introduction to Physical and Chemical Hydrogeology (Alternating falls, undergraduate)
This course is an accessible overview of physical and chemical hydrological processes occurring in nature. The objectives of the course are: (1) To acquire foundational knowledge in the field of hydrology to support further study and develop the vocabulary and skills to communicate about hydrologic principles (2) To develop quantitative and problem-solving skills. (GEO 346C)
Field Methods in Hydrology (Summers, combined grad/undergrad)
This course is designed to help students gain experience in different field data collection techniques used in hydrology and hydrogeology, interpret and report field data, work well in a team, and practice safe and effective field operations.