EXCPE 4281 - Applied Soil Physics

39 units

Online and Continuing Education

Examine basic physical composition and processes of both the solid and liquid phases of soil. This includes how water is held by soil, how water moves through soil and the linkage between soil water regime and processes within the hydrologic cycle, with emphasis on water infiltration and redistribution. Other topics include soil thermal and aeration properties and processes, impact of spatial variability and soil mechanics. The course will explore applied soil management challenges involving the use of soil physics to address agronomic, environmental and reclamation objectives.

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Continuing Ed Winter 2025


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2025-03-17 - 2025-03-21 (MWF)
09:00 - 17:00
2025-03-24 - 2025-03-26 (MW)
09:00 - 17:00
2025-03-17 - 2025-04-07