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The WRESE Program
The Water Resources/Environmental Science and Engineering (WRESE) program is an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program that fulfills an important need by organizing a rigorous Ph.D.-level curriculum, with sufficient numbers of relevant, frequently-offered courses to serve the needs of Ph.D. students affiliated with program faculty. The program's Ph.D.-level coursework is essential and forward-looking in areas such as aquatic chemistry, transport in natural systems, hydrometeorology, land-atmosphere interactions, eco-hydrology, hydrogeology, vadose zone hydrology, hydrologic applications of stable isotopes, limnology, hydrologic modeling, hydrological and water quality effects on aquatic organisms, hydroclimatology, hydrologic remote sensing, and watershed hydrology. We produce graduates who are competitive at the national Level for top research and education careers.
Scott N. Miller, WRESE Program Chair
Associate Professor - Spatial Processes Hydrologist
Dept 3354; Renewable Resources
University of Wyoming
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Tele: +1 307 766 4274 SAWLS
Lab Page: www.uwyo.edu/sawls
WRESE PhD Program: www.uwyo.edu/wrese
WARE MS Program: www.uwyo.edu/renewable/info.asp?p=22971