University of Colorado at Boulder

Dept Partner

Hydrologic Sciences
Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program


Our academic program focuses on quantitative studies of water in the environment including its role in geologic and biogeochemical processes, ecosystem functions, and global elemental cycling.

  • Interdisciplinary & interdepartmental (CEAE, EBIO, ENVS, GEOG, & GEOL).
  • For science & engineering graduate students.
  • Intensive in math & physics, including fluid dynamics.
  • PhD Degree and Graduate Certificate offered.
  • Research Partners: CADSWES, INSTAAR, & other research units of CU-Boulder; USGS & NOAA.

Hydrologic Sciences Website

Geography faculty associated with the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program

Suzanne
Anderson
Geomorphology; Weathering; Hydrology; Glaciology
Holly R.
Barnard
Ecohydrology; Stable Isotope Geochemistry; Forest Hydrology; Tree Physiology
Peter
Blanken
Climatology;  Biometeorology
Noah
Molotch
Surface Water and Snow Hydrology; Remote Sensing; Ecohydrology
John
Pitlick
Geomorphology; Water Resources; Natural Hazards
Mark
Williams
Alpine Biogeochemistry; Hydrology; Snow Hydrology; and Nutrient Cycling.

Geography grad students associated with the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program

Some of the labs & facilities at the Hydrologic Sciences Graduate Program associated with Geography members