The course deals with the theory relevant to advanced studies and research in the field of hydrology and water resources. The course is divided in three key themes of hydrology: a) hydroclimate change, b) sediment transport, and c) water resources availability and consumption. The students will focus on three articles related to these areas, and complete a related assignment involving calculations, analysis and critical thinking.

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Spring Term, period A. Study tempo 100%.


Competence equivalent to Hydrology and Hydrogeology, 15 credits (GE5022) and also required is knowledge equivalent to Local to Global Water Vulnerability and Resilience, 15 ECTS credits (GE7025) or Information and Modelling Systems for Land and Water Methods, 15 credits (GE7006/GE8029).

Also required is knowledge equivalent to Swedish upper secondary school course English B/English 6.


Application period for spring term: 15 September until 15 October.

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This also applies to master's students who are going to apply for optional courses within a program.