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HYD 510 - Quantitative Methods in Hydrology


This course is an introduction to the methods of mathematical physics used in hydrologic science. It is presented in the context of basic mathematical methods and their application in a hydrologic context. It starts with a review of calculus. It then introduces and builds upon, in order, ordinary differential equations (ODEs), multivariate calculus, vectors, and partial differential equations (PDEs). Both analytical and numerical methods of solution of differential equations are introduced.


Course Instructor
John L. Wilson, MSEC 242, jwilson@nmt.edu, cell 505-250-9763, Office hours
Teaching Assistant
TBA
Meeting Time and Location
Class: Tue, Thur, 9:30-10:45am, and Lab: TBA, both in CRAMER 127

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