Graduate education opportunities in water resources lead to the degrees Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy and the law degree. Programs are offered in civil and environmental engineering, chemical engineering, environmental biology, chemistry, geography, geological sciences, economics, political science and the law school. Areas of study include stream water quality, surface hydrology, groundwater hydrology, flow through porous media, contaminant transport, advanced decision support, environmental pollution, biological treatment, hydropower, economics of water resources, hydraulics, environmental engineering, water conservation, urban water resources and public policy analysis. Broad based interdisciplinary programs and research can be arranged. Research entities include the Center for Advanced Decision Support in Water Resources and the Environment, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, Civil and Environmental Engineering Laboratories, Institute of Behavioral Science, Center for Public Policy Research and the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences.
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