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GEOG 336. Introduction to Environmental Hydrology and Water Resources. 3 Hours N.

Water is vital to life on earth. In this course we cover components of the water or "hydrologic" cycle, how management has altered them, and how they are predicted to change with the changing climate. We discuss the evolution of water policy, its implications for managements and the economic impact of human perturbation on water. We study the physical processes that govern the water cycle, learn how they are measured, and estimate hydrologic fluxes. (Same as EVRN 363.) Prerequisite: GEOG 104 or GEOL 101. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Geography

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...System Courses Climate: GEOG 321 Climate and Climate Change 3 Hydrology: GEOG 336 Introduction to...

Bachelor of Science in Education

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...3 GEOG 104 Introduction to Physical Geography ( GEOG...to African Literature ENGL 336 Jewish American Literature...

Undergraduate Certificate in Climate and Climate Change

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...GEOG 332 Glaciers and Landscape GEOG 336 Introduction to Environmental Hydrology and Water Resources GEOG...

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in American Studies

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...the Holocaust GEOG 396 East Asia GEOG 591...Literature II 3 ENGL 336 Jewish American Literature...