Applied Studies in Hydrology and the Environment I
This applied hydrology course involves defining, designing and conducting research on the hydrology and/or water quality of a specific environmental setting. Drawing on strengths and interests of students, the field and laboratory activities in this course typically involve collection, analysis and reporting of primary data. The fall term (661A) focuses on literature review, problem definition, methodological design and data collection; the winter term (661B) includes analysis, interpretation and write-up suitable for publication in a refereed journal. Group work is typically involved.
Additional Course Information
- Eligible elective for the MES and the MSc (environmental science field) program