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GEOG0255

Surface & Ground Water

Surface and Ground Water
Fresh water is the most fundamental resource sustaining life on the continents. This course is an introduction to the study of water and its interactions with the geologic environment. Basic hydrological processes such as precipitation, stream flow, and the subsurface flow of ground water are analyzed by quantitative methods. Climatic and human-induced changes in the hydrological cycle are examined, and current issues and policies are discussed in light of the increasing demands and impacts of a technological society on water resources and associated natural systems. (ENVS 0112 or any 0100-level Geology course) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab
Subject:
Geography
Department:
Geography
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED SCI
Equivalent Courses:
GEOL0255 *

Sections

Spring 2014

GEOG0255A-S14 Lecture (Ryan)
GEOG0255Z-S14 Lab (Ryan)

Spring 2012

GEOG0255A-S12 Lecture (Ryan)
GEOG0255Z-S12 Lab (Ryan)

Spring 2009

GEOG0255A-S09 Lecture (Ryan)
GEOG0255Y-S09 Lab (Ryan)
GEOG0255Z-S09 Lab (Ryan)

Fall 2005

GEOG0255A-F05 Lecture (Ryan)
GEOG0255Z-F05 Lab (Ryan)

Fall 2003

GEOG0255A-F03 Lecture (Ryan)
GEOG0255Y-F03 Lab (Ryan)
GEOG0255Z-F03 Lab (Ryan)