- Graduate studies
ENG 627 - Environmental Systems Modeling(4 credits, 60 hours, second semester of every year) Syllabus: Dynamics of linear and nonlinear systems. Hierarchy of systems. Modeling of population dynamics. Modeling the carbon cycle. Modeling the dynamics of ecosystems. Modeling the hydrological system. Modeling the climate system. Interactions between systems. References: Brown, L. R., State of the World - 1996, Norton, 249 p., 1996. Costanza,...
ENG 720 Hydroclimatology 4(4-0) I.(4 credits, 60 hours) Syllabus: Hydroclimatic modeling. Models of infiltration and water transport in the soil. Models of water transport in rivers. Models of atmosphere-biosphere interactions. Climate models. Hydro-climatic data analysis. Climate predictions. References: CAMPBELL, G.S. & J.M.Norman. An introduction to environmental biophysics. Springer-Verlag. New York, 286p....