CE 4583 Stream Reconnaissance: 3 hours.
(Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in CE 3503; or consent of major advisor). Three hours lecture. Stream channel form and sedimentary features. Understanding how water flows into trough streams and channel form and function. Hydrologic, hydraulic and geomorphic channel evolution processes
Civil and Environmental Engineers plans, designs, and supervises construction of almost every facility essential to modern life. Roads, bridges, buildings, water supply and waste disposal systems, transit systems, airfields, dams and irrigation projects are examples of the creative efforts of Civil and Environmental Engineers. The field of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers limitless employment opportunities that range from high-tech computer-aided design to hands-on field engineering. Civil and Environmental Engineers find rewarding careers in government, military, industry or private practice to meet the challenges of pollution control, energy, transportation, housing and other problems that face modern society.