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Doctor of Philosophy in Earth and Environmental Science with Dissertation in Hydrology

  • Professors: Aster, Bowman (Chair of the Department), Campbell, Condie, Hendrickx, Kyle, Norman, Phillips, Wilson
  • Associate Professors: Axen, Boston, Harrison, D. Johnson, McIntosh, Mozley
  • Assistant Professors: Bilek, J. Johnson, Spinelli, Vivoni
  • Emeritus Professors: Budding, G. Gross, Lattman, Sanford, Schlue
  • Adjunct Faculty: Andres, Austin, Barker, Bauer, Broadhead, Buckley, S. Cather, Chamberlin, Chapin, Connell, Dunbar, Hawley, Heizler, Jaksha, Kelley, Kieft, Land, Love, McCord, McLemore, Murray, Newman B., Pullin, Reiter, Scholle, Stephens, Tidwell, Tobin, Ulmer-Scholle

Degree Requirements

Students of exceptional ability as demonstrated in previous courses or in a master’s degree program may pursue a program leading to the doctoral degree.

The prospective doctoral candidate in earth and environmental science with specialization in hydrology should develop a good background in physics, mathematics, chemistry, and geology in addition to achieving a high level of competence in the field of specialization.

With approval of the advisory committee, the student should select a program including a minimum of nine credits in graduate hydrology beyond the M.S. degree, three credits of HYD 592, plus additional courses in related fields. Some appropriate courses are given under the Master of Science degree requirements. Research fields appropriate for the doctoral candidate include regional hydrology, groundwater recharge, vadose zone hydrology, stochastic subsurface hydrology, hydrogeochemistry,

isotope hydrology, hydroclimatology, pollutant transport, aquifer restoration, multi-phase flow of immiscible fluids, deterministic and stochastic numerical aquifer simulation, finite difference and finite element numerical methods, and field instrumentation. Interdisciplinary programs in the earth science fields are encouraged.

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