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CEGR 207 INTRODUCTION TO AQUIFER MECHANICS part of Quantitative Skills:Courses
Jiang Li, Morgan State University
This course covers theory and applications in the field of aquifer mechanics including property of sedimentary material, interaction between solid and steady/unsteady flow toward to a well within a confined, ...

ENV 170 The Fluid Earth part of Quantitative Skills:Courses
Tara Curtin, Hobart William Smith Colleges
This is an introductory course with no pre-requisites that uses the global water cycle to teach important geological concepts.

Winona State University: Earth - The Water Planet part of Teacher Preparation:Resource Collections:Courses
Jennifer Anderson, Winona State University; Cathy Summa, Winona State University
This interdisciplinary course is the first of two science content courses specifically designed for elementary education majors (K-5). It is team-taught by two science faculty from Geoscience, Physics, Chemistry, ...

Grand Valley State University: Hydrospere For K-8 Teachers part of Teacher Preparation:Resource Collections:Courses
Steve Mattox, Grand Valley State University
Introduction to how the hydrosphere works emphasizing a descriptive approach. Includes river, groundwater, glacial, ocean, and shoreline systems and human interaction with those systems. For Dr. Mattox's ...

Hydrotopia: Toward a Hydraulic Society in the American West part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Systems, Society, Sustainability and the Geosciences:Courses
Ed Barbanell, University of Utah
Interdisciplinary case study analysis of historical and emerging water issues in the western United States. Students learn the fundamental concepts and major issues related to water resources planning and ...

Sarita Wetland Restoration part of Starting Point-Teaching Entry Level Geoscience:Campus Living Laboratory:Examples
Suzanne Savanick, Science Education Resource Center, Carleton College, ssavanic@carleton.edu. Based on a Water Quality class taught by Jim Perry, University of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota Sustainable Campus Initiative, coordinated by Suzanne Savanick.
The Sarita Wetland restoration on the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities campus is used as teaching tools by numerous classes. Students, staff and faculty have collaborated on the planning and implementation of ...

Basic Hydrology part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Courses
Gigi Richard, Colorado Mesa University
Basic Hydrology is an introduction to physical and applied hydrology and explores the components of the hydrologic cycle including processes of precipitation, evaporation, transpiration, infiltration, ground-water flow, surface runoff and streamflow.

Global Environmental Obstacles part of Quantitative Skills:Courses
Walter Borowski, Eastern Kentucky University
The course uses Mackenzie's Our Changing Planet as a template and investigates world population, diminishing water resources, anthropogenic effects on the atmosphere (ozone hole and acid rain), and global ...

Environmental Systems: Landscapes and Water part of Cutting Edge:Topics:Geodesy:Courses
John Pitlick, University of Colorado at Boulder
This course introduces students to the sciences of hydrology and geomorphology, which are two branches of physical Geography dealing with earth surface processes.

Marine Environmental Geology part of Starting Point-Teaching Entry Level Geoscience:Service Learning:Examples
Course taught by Prof. Ed Laine, Bowdoin College (edlaine@bowdoin.edu) and Cathryn Field, Lab Instructor (cfield@bowdoin.edu). Example compiled by Suzanne Savanick, Science Education Resource Center (ssavanic@carleton.edu).
This course is an introduction to the aspects of marine geology and oceanography that affect the environment and marine resources. Service-learning is an essential component of how students learn about the earth. We deliver part of the content of this course by arranging for students to solve a problem with a local community partner.

Watersheds and Rivers part of Process of Science:Courses
Amy Ellwein, Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory
This course uses simple yet authentic methods to describe properties of a local river system in order to better understand how all rivers function. The process of science is explicitly discussed and examined ...

Freshwater Ecology/Limnology part of Starting Point-Teaching Entry Level Geoscience:Service Learning:Examples
Course taught by Dave Potter, Unity College. Example compiled by Suzanne Savanick, Science Education Resource Center.
Students study aquatic organisms in relation to the environmental conditions of lakes and streams. The course develops substantial quantities of data concerning the local watershed. This data is used by community partners in many contexts.

Hydrotopia: Water Resources Management in the West part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Courses
Steven Burian, University of Utah
This is an interdisciplinary water management course. It is co-taught by an engineering instructor and an instructor from humanities. Students experience class sessions involving traditional lectures, guest speakers, position paper debates, and design charettes. Students are required to complete numerous in-class exercises, homework, three position papers, and a team project.

Water Resources Engineering Design (CIEN 560) part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Courses
Manoj Jha, North Carolina A & T State University
This is an upper level course for senior undergraduate and graduate students. The mode is fully lecture with a field trip and a design project. Students learn a series of design problems of water resources structures including open channel, reservoir storage, water supply system, and storm and sanitary sewer system.

Water Resources Engineering part of Integrate:Workshops and Webinars:Engineering, Sustainability, and the Geosciences:Courses
Anne Ronan, New York University
This is a lecture-based course that introduces students to a wide range of water-quantity (as opposed to quality) topics relevant to civil engineering design.

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