6826syl_2011 - Fall 2011 GLY 6826-Hydrogeologic Modeling...

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Fall 2011 GLY 6826--Hydrogeologic Modeling Dr. Liz Screaton, Williamson 221, screaton@ufl.edu , 392-4612 Class: M 7-8; W 7; Office Hours: M 10-11 am; T 10-11 am, or by appt. Web Page: http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/screaton/fall11/6826.html Grades will be posted on the UF Elearning site (Sakai) Course Objectives Introduce the basics of hydrogeologic modeling and its uses and limitations. Provide experience in translating the geology and hydrology of field problems into numerical simulations Provide a better understanding of fluid flow processes through numerical modeling examples. Textbook : Applied Groundwater Modeling, 1992, M. P. Anderson and W.W. Woessner . Relevant chapters are noted in the topic list below as A&W. I have requested this be placed on reserve at Marston Science Library (GB1197.7 .A53 1992) Grading: 1000 total points A: 900 points and above, A- 867 to 899 pts, B+: 834 to 866 points, B: 800 to 833 points, B- 767 to 799 points; C+: 734 to 766 points, C: 700 to 733 points, C-: 667 to 699 points, D+: 634 to 666 points. D 600 to 633 points; D- 567 to 599 points E 566 and below These grade criteria are firm. Assignments 1-9 = 540 pts. Assignments will include both modeling work and evaluation of modeling reports or modeling-related papers written by others. Exam = 150 pts. The exam will consist of fill-in-the-blank and essay questions. It will focus on numerical modeling terminology and concepts, as well as ask you to describe how you would approach modeling problems. Project = 260 pts.
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6826syl_2011 - Fall 2011 GLY 6826-Hydrogeologic Modeling...

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