GEOG4321: SNOW HYDROLOGY with MW Williams

SNOW HYDROLOGY

Geog 4321/5321, Spring 2005

Lecture: MWF 1-1:50; Stadium 112

Lab: M 2-4:50 pm; Gugg 6

Quantitative analysis of physico-chemical processes in seasonally snow-covered areas.

Instuctor:Mark Williams

Telephone: 492-8830

E-mail: markw@snobear.colorado.edu

About the class:

This course is for students with an interest in snow-related processes and water resources, including glaciology, back-country skiing, avalanche processes, western water resources, and interactions between snow and biogeochemical processes.

Syllabus

Course Content

PHOTO CAPTION
The Eagle slide path hits highway 550 near Red Mountain Pass after helicopter control work done by CDOT and CAIC avalanche forecasters. Photo: Jerry Roberts. Photo source: Mark Rikkers, CAIC avalanche forecaster and former GEOG 4321/5321 student.