Water in the Earth System

ENVS 323L (4)

Quantitative treatment of the global hydrologic cycle and links to the broader Earth System, including precipitation, evaportranspiration, infiltration, runoff and subsurface flow; global change and catchment and hillslope hydrology; hydrologic ecosystem interactions; water chemistry evolution.

Prerequisite: (320L or EPS **304L) and CHEM 1225 and CHEM 1225L and ENG 130L and MATH 1512 and PHYS 1310.

Pre- or corequisite: 315 and MATH 1522.

Prerequisites / Corequisites

Statistics and Data Analysis - ENVS 315

Environmental Systems - ENVS 320L

Sedimentology and Stratigraphy - EPS **304L

General Chemistry II for STEM Majors - CHEM 1225

General Chemistry II for STEM Majors Laboratory - CHEM 1225L

Introduction to Engineering Computing - ENG 130L [CS151L]

Calculus I - MATH 1512

Calculus II - MATH 1522

Calculus-Based Physics I - PHYS 1310

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