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MANAGEMENT AND RESTORATION OF AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS


The Department of Watershed Sciences

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Students of Management and Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems study the relationships among physical, chemical and biological components of the earth's ecosystems. Specific areas of interest may include hydrology, geomorphology, biogeochemistry, water quality, conservation, or restoration and management of aquatic and riparian ecosystems.

Graduates of this program may go on to work as scientists and managers for natural resource agencies, professionals with consulting and nonprofit environmental firms, or university teachers and researchers. Current students please visit the Watershed Science Department homepage for current news and information or the Watershed Science department's Undergraduate Program homepage for additional information.

Shelly Kotynek

ACADEMIC ADVISOR


Shelly Kotynek

NR 120
435.797.2473

shelly.kotynek@usu.edu

Shelly brings years of experience in academic advising, and her love for the outdoors to help students succeed in their educations and future careers.

  • Semester-by-semester planning
  • Connecting with clubs
  • Changing your major
  • Academic success resources
Peter Wilcock

FACULTY ADVISOR


Dr. Peter Wilcock

NR 210C
435.797.2463

wilcock@usu.edu Directory Listing

Dr. Belmont is on Sabbatical this year - please contact Dr. Peter Wilcock for faculty advising in NR 210C or call 435-797-2463 to make an appointment or email to wilcock@usu.edu.

  • Career planning
  • Graduate school planning
  • Undergraduate research opportunities
  • Selecting degree program electives