IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT HYD 117

 

 

 

Instructor:

Jan W. Hopmans

123 Veihmeyer

752-3060

jwhopmans@ucdavis.edu

 

 

Class schedule:

9-10 am, 116 Veihmeyer Hall

 

 

Prerequisites:

ERS100 or HYD110 or SSC100

 

 

Textbook:

Selected notes by instructors

 

 

Course format:

3 Lectures/Discussion sessions; biweekly problem sets;

Research paper

 

 

Course grading:

Problem sets: 40 %; Class participation: 10 %;

Research paper: 50 %

 

 

Course goals:

(1) to integrate principles of soil water and plant water relationships with irrigation system characteristic and other factors into an analytical framework for irrigation water management, (2) to analyze the influence of irrigation water management practices on soil and water quality, (3)to introduce the student to a variety of case studies, ranging from irrigation management practices in greenhouses or in wine grapes to the environmental impact of irrigation to the State.

 

 

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(Email to:

jwhopmans@ucdavis.edu)

 

 

 

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