Our academic program focuses on quantitative studies of water in the environment including its role in geologic and biogeochemical processes, ecosystem functions, and global elemental cycling. We offer a Graduate Certificate in Hydrologic Sciences and a PhD degree through Geophysics.
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Fall Informational Meeting!
The fall informational meeting will be held Friday, September 25th at 9am in room ECCE 115 of the engineering center. Coffee and light breakfast will be provided!
Fall Certificate Application Deadline
Certificate applications are due November 1st, 2015 for the fall semester. Please email or deliver to Kaelin Cawley at email@example.com or UCB 450.
A University of Colorado Boulder team is partnering with the United States Agency for International Development to assess snow and glacier contributions to water resources originating in the high mountains of Asia that straddle 10 countries.
2011-12-15 Category: research Read the full entry
A new University of Colorado Boulder study indicates the infestation by mountain pine beetles in the high country could potentially trigger earlier snowmelt...
2011-10-03 Category: research Read the full entry
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We are supported by the University of Colorado Graduate School and INSTAAR, the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research.