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Geography Knows No Boundaries

Credits: 3

Water is one of the most basic resources for human societies. Although the earth has plenty of water, it is not always found at the place where it is needed and the time when it is needed. In this course we will explore the occurrence and movement of water in the earth's land surface. We will discuss the hydrological cycle and processes such as precipitation and stream ow, evapotranspiration, snow melt, groundwater ow and current topics related to hydrology and water resources.

Sample Syllabus (403)

Sample Syllabus (404)

Upcoming Events

Oct 27 | 3:15PM | Rick Schroeder, Rutgers
Nov 3 | 3:15PM | Tony Broccoli, Rutgers
Nov 8 | 9:30AM | Faculty/Staff Meeting
Nov 10 | 3:15PM | Luke Trusel, Rowan University
Dec 6 | 9:30AM | Faculty/Staff Meeting
Dec 8 | 3:15PM | Laura Ogden, Dartmouth

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Department of Geography-Rutgers University
Lucy Stone Hall
54 Joyce Kilmer Avenue
Piscataway, NJ 08854-8045
Voice  848.445.4103 or 848.445.4107
Fax  732.445.0006
Email: Cleo.Bartos@rutgers.edu