GEO 377K GEO 377K. Applied Karst Hydrogeology. 3 Hours.
The study of karst landforms, processes, flow systems, and water resources. Geologic controls, natural resources, aquifer recharge and discharge, system evolution, geochemistry/water quality, tracing methodologies, geophysical methods, and modeling are covered with an emphasis on collecting and interpreting field data. Three lecture hours a week for one semester, with additional fieldwork hours to be arranged. Course fulfills three hours of field course requirement for Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences (Option III: Hydrogeology) degree program. Geological Sciences 371C (Topic: Applied Karst Hydrogeology) and 377K may not both be counted.
Bachelor of Science in Geological Sciences
...with recommended upper-division GEO elective courses to...Sciences 660A / 660B , or 377K . Nine additional semester...