The Davis Campus offers a number of degree programs in hydrology, water resources, and other water-related areas. Graduate instruction and research are available in Hydrologic Science (M.S. and Ph.D.) with degree options in Hydrology, Hydrochemistry and Hydrobiology with specialization in surface hydrology, subsurface hydrology and hydrogeology, evaporation, irrigation and drainage, aquatic geochemistry, chemical hydrology and water resources management; in Civil and Environmental Engineering (M.S., M.E., D.E., Ph.D.) in Water Resources Engineering, Environmental Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management, including hydrology, hydraulics, fluid mechanics, systems design, planning and management, water quality, and wastewater and waste engineering; in Biological and Agricultural Engineering (M.S., M.E., D.E., and Ph.D.) in Irrigation and Drainage and Aquacultural Engineering; in Atmospheric Science (M.S. and Ph.D.) with major emphasis in air quality meteorology, micrometeorology, biometeorology, climate dynamics, mesoscale meteorology, large-scale dynamics and numerical weather prediction; in Soils and Biogeochemistry (M.S. and Ph.D.) with specialization in soil physics, soil chemistry, soil microbiology, soil-plant-water relationship, and biogeochemical cycles; in Ecology in limnology, oceanography and hydrobiology as well as restoration ecology, ecotoxicology, environmental and resource policy, and conservation biology; and in Agricultural Economics with specialization in natural resource economics and public policy analysis.
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