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CE 4326. GIS/HYDROLOGIC AND HYDRAULIC MODELING. 3 Hours.

Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and design of GIS-developed hydrologic/hydraulic models commonly applied in the water resources field. The course will have three main areas of emphasis including: principles and operations of ArcGIS, design and implementation of standard hydrologic and hydraulic models, and the linkage of these models to engineering analysis of current water resources problems including flooding, water quality and water supply. Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE 3342 and Admission to the CE Professional Program.

Materials Science and Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

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