University of Calgary

GLGY 441 - Field Techniques In Hydrogeology - Winter 2011

Entails a week at a hydrogeology field site in Alberta or 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 two to three weeks following Winter Term Final Examinations or prior to the Fall term.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(160 HOURS)


  • This course has limited enrolment and priority will be given to Applied and Environmental Geology majors. Students will be required to cover food and accommodation costs, and to pay a surcharge to cover the costs of equipment and other resources.


  • Geology 401 and consent of the Department.


  • Credit for both Geology 441 and 639 will not be allowed.


This course will be offered next in Winter 2012.
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