Hard at work in Santa Barbara's Mission Creek (Santa Barbara, California), testing water quality

               
      

      In 2014 I am working on groundwater and earthquakes hazards, stormwater management in urban 
      areas, watershed management and other hydrology and water resources problems through multiple
      collaborations.
I have several other interesting projects underway.
      Including
land subsidence; water/energy sustainable development.
     
     
       
      This Fall Quarter 2014 I will a great course on Environmental Hydrology, and a graduate course
       on Advanced Hydrologic Modeling. The syllabi below.  
                                               
               
     News and updates are Here

                 

                   Syllabi for the following classes:

                           Environmental Hydrology (Geog. 112)
                           Ground-water Hydrology  (Geog. 116)
                           Water Quality and Pollution Control Geog. 162AL
                           Water Resources Systems Management (Geog. 208)  : taught in the Fall of
                                 odd-numbered years
                           Advanced Hydrologic Modeling (Geog. 246)  : taught in the Fall of
                                  even-numbered years  

            See Professor Loaiciga's resume- - click here
 

            Contact: Hugo@geog.ucsb.edu