COURSES
Although the following is a full list of HSGG course offerings, actual course listings may vary, and not every course is offered each term. For current course offerings, please refer to the online UC Davis General Catalog or the online Schedule of Classes.
UPPER DIVISION

Fall

HYD 141 (4 units)- Physical Hydrology
HYD 144 (4 units)- Groundwater Hydrology
HYD 147 (3 units)- Runoff, Erosion, Water Quality Tahoe Basin
ABT 150 (4 units)- Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
ABT 165 (2 units)- Irrigation Practices for an Urban EnvironmentATM 115 (3 units)- Hydroclimatology
ATM 116 (4 units)- Climate Change
ATM 133 (4 units)- Biometeorology
ECI 100 (4 units)- Fluid Mechanics for Civil and Environmental Engineering (rec'd for HSGG prereq.)
ECI 114 (4 units)- Probabilistic Systems Analysis for Civil Engineers (offered winter also)
ECI 141 (3 units)- Engineering Hydraulics (offered spring quarter also)
ENG 103 (4 units)- Fluid Mechanics
ESP 155 (4 units)- Wetland Ecology
GEL 140 (4 units)- Introduction to Process Geomorphology
SSC 100 (5 units)- Principles of Soil Science
SSC 107 (5 units)- Soil Physics
SSC 118 (4 units)- Soils in Land Use and the Environment
WFC 120 (3 units)- Biology and Conservation of Fishes

Winter

HYD 103N (4 units)- Fluid Mechanics Fundamentals (not currently offered; use ECI 100 as alternative)

HYD 142 (4 units)- Systems Hydrology

HYD 143 (3 units)- Hydrological Processes in Ecosystems

HYD 145 (6 units)- Water Science and Design

HYD 146 (5 units)- Hydrogeology and Contaminant Transport (instructor retired, awaiting replacement)

HYD 150 (3 units)- Water Law

HYD 151 (4 units)- Field Methods in Hydrology

HYD 182 (4 units)- Environmental Analysis using GIS *

ABT 181N (4 units)- Concepts and Methods in Geographic Information System (not always offered)

ECI 100 (4 units)- Fluid Mechanics for Civil and Environmental Engineering (rec'd for HSGG prereq.)

ECI 114 (4 units)- Probabilistic Systems Analysis for Civil Engineers

ECI 140B (4 units)- Chemical Principles for Environmental Engineers

ECI 144 (5 units)- Groundwater Systems Design w/ Lab

ECI 146 (4 units)- Water Resources Simulation

ECI 148A (4 units)- Water Quality management

ENG 103 (4 units)- Fluid Mechanics

ESM 141 (4 units)- Role of Fire in Natural Ecosystems

ESM 185 (4 units)- Aerial Photo Interpretation and Remote Sensing

ESM 186 (3 units)- Environmental Remote Sensing

ESM 186L (2 units)- Environmental Remote Sensing LabGEL 109 (2 units)- Earth History: Sediments and Strata

PLS 162 (3 units)- Urban Ecology

Spring

HYD 110 (3 units)- Irrigation Systems and Water Management

HYD 118 (4 units)- Evapotranspiration Measurement and Modeling

HYD 124 (4 units)- Plant-Water-Soil Relationships

HYD 134 (6 units)- Aqueous Geochemistry

ABT 150 (4 units)- Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

EBS 145 (4 units)- Irrigation and Drainage Systems

ECI 145 (4 units)- Hydraulic Structure Design

ECI 155 (4 units)- Water Resources Engineering Planning

ENG 103 (4 units)- Fluid Mechanics

ENH 160 (3 units)- Restoration Ecology

ESM 108 (3 units)- Environmental Monitoring

ESM 121 (4 units)- Water Science and Management

ESP 169 (3 units)- Water Policy and Politics

Summer

ESP 152 (3 units)- Coastal Oceanography

GRADUATE LEVEL

Fall

HYD 201A (3 units)- Hydrologic Sciences Core Survey

HYD 245 (3 units)- Climate Change, Water and Society (CCWAS) core course

HYD 254/298 (3 units)- Ecohydraulics **

HYD 273 (3 units)- Introduction to Geostatistics ** (instructor retired, awaiting replacement)

HYD 298 (2 units + 1 optional unit)- use of MATLAB for Earth science research *

ATM 230  Atmospheric Turbulence

CHE 240 (3 units)- Advanced Analytical Chemistry

EBS 242 (3 units)- Hydrology and Sustainability of Irrigated Lands **

ECI 267 (3 units)- Water Resources Management

ECI 271 (4 units)- Inverse Problems *

ECI 275 (4 units)- Hydrological Time Series Analysis **

ECI 279 (4 units)- Advanced Fluid Mechanics

ECI 277A (4 units)- Computational River Mechanics
ECI 278 (3 units)- Hydrodynamics (aka Geophysical Fluid Dynamics) *

ECI 289I / ECI 272N (4 units)- Fate and Transport in Porous Media

Winter

HYD 201B (1 unit)- Hydrologic Sciences Core Seminar

HYD 298 (2 units)- Climate Change, Water and Society (CCWAS) seminar

HYD 298 (1 unit)- Natural and Engineered Bioremediation of Groundwater Contaminants

HYD 298 (1 unit)- Fate & Transport of Organic Contaminants in the Subsurface *

HYD 298 (5 units)- Coupled Hydrologic and Atmospheric Modeling *

HYD 298 (4 units)- Global Groundwater-Agriculture Nexus

EBS 241 (3 units)- Precision Irrigation Systems and Management

ECI 240 (4 units)- Water Quality *

ECI 244A (4 units)- Life Cycle Assessment ** (?)

ECI 249 (4 units)- Probabilistic Design nd Optimization *

ECI 273 (3 units)- Water Resource System Engineering **

ECI 276 (3 units)- Watershed Hydrology

Spring 

HYD/EBS 205 (4 units)- Continuum Mechanics of Natural Systems *

HYD 210 (3 units)- Vadose Zone Modeling (currently without instructor and not regularly offered)

HYD 243 (3 units)- Water Resources Planning & Management

HYD 252 (4 units)- Hillslope Geomorphology and Sediment Budgets

HYD 264 (3 units)- Modeling of Hydrologic Processes

HYD 269 (3 units)- Numerical Modeling of Groundwater Systems ** (instructor retired, awaiting replacement)

HYD 274 (3 units)- Practice of Groundwater Flow & Transport Modeling **

HYD 286 (3 units)- Selected Topics in Environmental Remote Sensing

HYD 298 (2 units)- River Basin Biogeochemistry

HYD 298 (2 units)- Aqueous Geochemistry

ECI 261 (4 units)- Colloids in Soil and Water

ECI 270 (3 units)- Advanced Water Resources Management

SSC 219 (4 units)- Ecosystem Biogeochemistry

* = odd years only

** = even years only

(?) = may be offered every year, consult with instructor

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