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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2016 AGU Fall Meeting General Student Travel Grant – Applications Open 15 June 2016
The Fall Meeting General Student Travel Grant provides partial travel assistance to student presenters to attend Fall Meeting.
2016 Geological Society of America Meeting in Denver this year!
2016 GSA Meeting will be held in Denver, September 25-28. The abstract submission deadline is July 12.
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The Hydrologic Sciences graduate program is administered by the Center for Water, Earth Science and Technology (CWEST). We are supported in part by the University of Colorado Graduate School and INSTAAR, the Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research.