EHS431 (Liberal Arts) Contaminant Hydrology 6 hrs. 4.5 crs. The occurrence and movement of water on and beneath the earth's surface. Discussion of the basic principles of the hydrologic cycle as well as environmentally relevant applications based on the recent case studies. Exposure to modern techniques (laboratory and field) and contaminant migration software to study the water related current environmental issues including fate and transport of environmental contaminants, environmental remedy and sustainable managements. Preq: EHS 211 and EHS 212 and Math 121; or Department permission required.Coreq: EHS 211 and EHS 212 and Math 121; or Department permission required. 3 hrs lecture and 3 hrs laboratory.