Hydrology and Watershed Management

Hydrologic cycle and water processes in upland/riparian systems. Applications of hydrological concepts to evaluate impacts of forest management and other land use patterns/activities on water yield, stormflow, erosion, sedimentation, and water quality. Concepts, principles, and applications of riparian/watershed management. Economic/social factors. National/global examples. Forest ecosystems.

Prerequisites

  • BIOL 1001 or BIOL 1009
  • CHEM 1015 and CHEM 1017
    • CHEM 1021 may be substituted for both
  • MATH 1151
Course ID
FNRM 3114
FNRM 5114
Credits
3
Semester Offered
Fall
Course Frequency
every year