RESEARCH

The Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Group at the University of California Davis is responsible for world class research in surface and groundwater modeling, water policy and management, and more.

ABOUT US

The Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Group (HSGG) at the University of California at Davis spans departments to offer M.S., professional M.S. (non-thesis option), and Ph.D. degrees founded on coursework and research that may be geared toward hydrology as a specialized discipline or problem-oriented, interdisciplinary training taking advantage of the breadth of Earth, environmental, agricultural, social science, and/or engineering resources on campus. 

 

SPECIALIZATIONS

The  three degree programs in the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Group  offer opportunities for a wide range of course work and study. Students choose from one of the following specializations, depending on their prior course-work and their graduate study interests:

Earth Surface Processes

Hydrobiology

Hydrochemistry

Physical Hydrology

Water Policy & Management

RECENT RESEARCH

Researchers at the HSGG hold grants from the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy, the Almond Board of California, the Department of Water Resources, the State Water Resources Control Board, and various local water agencies among others grant-giving institiuions.

Here's a bit of the research that's coming out of our labs at UC Davis.

UC DAVIS HYDROLOGIC SCIENCES IN THE NEWS

UC Davis HSGG Faculty and Students are movers and shakers in the world of water research and management. Browse a few of the recent stories featuring our faculty and graduate students and the ongoing work they are engaged in.

HYDROLOGIC SCIENCES GRADUATE GROUP

CONTACT US

Department of Land, Air and Water Resources
1152 PES Building 
UC Davis
Davis, CA 95616-8627
(530) 752-1669


e-mail: lawrgradadvising@ucdavis.edu

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