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Groundwater/Surface-Water Interactions

Course code: USGS-OED-ID2015
Course title: Groundwater/Surface-Water Interactions
Description: This course has two goals: (1) to introduce students to the theory and methods of analysis for groundwater/surface-water exchange fluxes and associated processes and (2) to make students aware of current research on groundwater/surface-water interactions. Topics include: hydrograph separation, mass-balance models, analytical and numerical modeling, field techniques including hydrometric and tracer-based methods, quantification of chemical reactions affecting contaminants, and role of groundwater/surface-water interactions in supporting functional values of aquatic ecosystems. Please see agenda for further information. This Course complements course ID2015F "Field Techniques for Groundwater/Surface-Water Interactions."
To be more knowledgeable in groundwater/surface-water interactions.
Target Audience:
Experienced hydrologists interested in developing skills to better understand and evaluate groundwater and surface-water interactions.
Delivery method: ILT
Instructional hours: 0
Credits/CEUs: 0
Vendor: USGS Water
Contact:Paul Barlow 508-490-5070
Internal Tuition:710.00
Requires Approval:Yes
Responsible Bureau:U.S. Geological Survey

Class Name Class Start Class End Location Contact # Seats Left Cost Registration
USGS-2017-1031-Sacramento, CA (8:00am PT) 2017-10-31 2017-11-04 USGS California Water Science Center-Sacramento
Paul Barlow
(508-490-5070 or
0 $810.00 Not Open

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