ENGR 325 - Hydrogeology

ENGR 325 - Hydrogeology

3.00 Cr
This three-credit course is a basic junior-level hydrogeology course with fundamentals as the primary focus. Students taking the course will be prepared to work in industry and solve problems associated with groundwater resources, environmental clean-up, restoration, and protection of water rights. An emphasis is placed on applications. For this reason, the course is ideally suited to professionals who work in the Helena area, such as personnel at DEQ, DNRC, and other state agencies. Topics include groundwater flow and hydraulic head, aquifer tests and analysis, including slug testing, water-quality applications are emphasized. Class activities include weekly homework problems, lectures, applied problems, exams, and a design project. Three hours of lecture per week.
Term: 
2021FA
Method: 
LEC
Faculty: 
Mollamohammada, Sara