Taught by:

Prof. Jeff McDonnell
Richardson Chair in
Watershed Science
015 Peavy Hall
737-8720

Fall 2008: The Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management
FE 537 Hillslope Hydrology
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A course for specialists and non-specialist alike - the only prerequisite is an undergraduate hydrology class or its equivalent.

Hillslope hydrology will address basic questions of how watersheds function at the plot-hillslope-catchment scale:

1. Where does water go when it rains?
  2. How long does it reside in the watershed?
  3. What pathway does it take to the stream channel?

 

 

 

Hillslope and Hydrology Lab | FE 538 | OSU | Forest Engineering