Focus is on the basic principles of surface and ground water resources management in the context of water scarcity and hydrologic uncertainty. Topics include reservoir, river basin, and aquifer management, conjunctive use of surface and ground water, wastewater reuse, and demand management. Considers technical, economic, social, and political elements of water management.
- Before enrolling in this course, students must submit the SEWSS Registration Form. For further information about the SEWSS certificate program, visit the Stanford Environmental & Water Studies Summer Program
- This course is offered as part of the Summer Intensive in Water Management, and qualifies toward the SEWSS Program Certificate.
- Only graduate students may register for CEE 265C. All other students must register for CEE 165C.