University of Calgary

GLGY 441 - Field Techniques In Hydrogeology - Winter 2008

The course entails a week at a hydrogeology field site on the Fraser River delta, British Columbia. Hydrogeology and geotechnical techniques will be demonstrated and will involve hands-on participation by students. After the field work, students will conduct extensive analysis and interpretation of data gathered during the field session, complete exercises and prepare a written report. The course normally runs for about three weeks following Winter Session Final Examinations.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(160 HOURS)


  • This course has limited enrollment and priority will be given to Applied and Environmental Geology majors. Students are normally required to cover food and accommodation costs and, Credit for both Geology 441 and 639 will not be allowed


  • Geology 401 and consent of the Department


This course will be offered next in Winter 2009.
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