EGR315 ~ Spring 2014
EGR315 ~ Spring 2012
Student Assistant: Naomi Barshi ’12
From the course catalog:
This course focuses on the measurement and modeling of hydrologic processes and their interplay with ecosystems. Material includes the statistical and mathematical representation of infiltration, evapotranspiration, plant uptake, and runoff over a range of scales (plot to watershed). The course will address characterization of the temporal and spatial variability of environmental parameters and representation of the processes. The course includes a laboratory component and introduces students to the Pioneer Valley, the cloud forests of Costa Rica, African savannas, and the Florida Everglades.