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Hydrology

NGEA20

Course content

This course provides you with a basic understanding of water and its movements in the landscape around us. Water gives life, but can also be a threat to people and infrastructure. This course studies hydrologic topics from different perspectives. During the course you will study the flow of surface water, groundwater and soil water, and how these interact with each other and with the atmosphere. The course will also cover the hydrological models and how they can be applied to solve everyday problems. Socially important applications such as drinking water supply and flood prevention included as a supplement to course work. The course also includes elements of practical and commercial applications of hydrology.

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Course facts

Level: Basic
Credits: 15 ECTS
Period:  2017: Autumn 2 , From 2018: Spring 1.
Language of instruction: English
Prerequisites: General admission requirements and 60 ECTS studies in science.

Course syllabus

 

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