The Department of Watershed Sciences

The Department of Watershed Sciences offers comprehensive educational opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students in the hydrologic and ecological sciences pertaining to watersheds.

Our faculty provide expertise in all aspects of the hydrologic cycle, in the conservation, restoration and management of aquatic ecosystems, and in the remote sensing and geographic analysis of the earth's landcovers.

Graduates of our programs become teachers and researchers at major universities, scientists and managers for natural resource agencies, and professionals with consulting and non-profit environmental firms.

REGISTER AND/OR SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT FOR THE MARCH 14-15 SPRING RUNOFF CONFERENCE

GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THE MARCH 14 WILD & SCENIC FILM FESTIVAL

How Does a Drying Great Salt Lake Affect Carbon Cycling?

As water levels at the lake continue to decline, the complex natural systems the lake supports are shifting, too. Ecohydrologist Erin Rivers from the Quinney College of Natural Resources is investigating how shifting water levels at the Great Salt Lake ar...

Browse the entire newsfeed...

Calendar
Stay up to date on all Watershed Sciences happenings.
Jobs and Opportunities
Find jobs, internships, and opportunities in natural resources.
Seminars
QCNR regularly hosts seminars featuring academics and professionals in natural resources fields.