FR2340 - Hydrology

This course has been designed to provide students with principles and application methods related to water resources. The content extends from a review of hydrogical processes and principles in general, through detail analysis of the water cycle in particular, and finally to linking of theory to practical applications. The applied aspects of this course center on field and office methodology use to assess water resources from the perspective of input, storage and output at the watershed level. The relationship between water, forests and humans is a central theme.

Prerequisite(s): FR1330

This course is offered in the following programs:
Forest Resources Technician