CEE 498 EHO - Ecohydraulics

Spring 2021

EcohydraulicsCEE498EHO59147ONL41300 - 1450 T R     Rafael O. Tinoco
Piotr Cienciala
EcohydraulicsGEOG459EHO73077ONL41300 - 1450 T R     Rafael O. Tinoco
Piotr Cienciala

Official Description

Subject offerings of new and developing areas of knowledge in civil and environmental engineering intended to augment the existing curriculum. See Class Schedule or departmental course information for topics and prerequisites. Course Information: 1 to 4 undergraduate hours. 1 to 4 graduate hours. May be repeated in the same or separate terms if topics vary.

Section Description

Restricted to online non-degree, online MCS, online MSAE, online MSME, and online MSCE students. Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning (CITL) restrictions and assessments apply, see http://www.citl.illinois.edu. For more details on this course section, please see http://engineering.illinois.edu/online/courses/. Non-Degree students may enroll on a space-available basis with consent of Program Coordinator, Meg Griffin (mgriffin@illinois.edu).

Subject Area

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Course Description

The course focuses on the study of interactions between hydraulic, ecological, and geomorphic processes in river environments at a wide range of both spatial and temporal scales. The course will draw upon and synthetize fundamental concepts from biology, ecology, fluid mechanics and morphodynamics, to apply them to truly interdisciplinary problems. Such an approach, coupled with hands-on experience involving planning, conducting and analyzing hands-on experiments at the Ven Te Chow Hydrosystems Laboratory and field surveys on local natural waters will provide students with a broad perspective on the interconnections between physical and ecological systems. Students will apply their knowledge of fundamental processes to assess complex problems involving monitoring, management, conservation and restoration of ecosystems. Therefore, the course is well-suited for students from diverse multidisciplinary backgrounds who are interested in pursuing careers in various branches of watershed science, environmental engineering and consulting. The course will require some level of quantitative skills – we encourage students to check with the instructors.

Credit Hours

4 hours

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