L’eau et les sols – Hydrodynamique des milieux poreux

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L’eau et les sols – Hydrodynamique des milieux poreux

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Comment l’eau de pluie s'infiltre-t-elle dans le sol (et quelle partie ruisselle) ? Quelle est la recharge d’une nappe ? Quelle quantité d’eau un sol peut-il retenir ? Quelle sont les directions des flux de polluants dans un sol ?

Ce cours vous donnera les clés pour comprendre, modéliser et mesurer les processus de transferts de l’eau dans le sol.

Il s’adresse aux ingénieurs, techniciens et étudiants désireux d'accroître ou de rafraîchir leurs connaissances dans le domaine de l’hydrodynamique des sols, pour des applications aussi diverses que l’agronomie, l’environnement, l’irrigation ou la mécanique des sols.

Ce cours sera donné par des experts de différents domaines liés à cette thématique. Il vous permettra d’acquérir les bases nécessaires à l’utilisation d’outils de modélisation hydrologique, d’irrigation, ou de pollution diffuse.

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Cours interessant. Plus long et complet que ce a quoi je m'attendais, Mais cherchant a avoir des notions d'hydrologie pour une utilisation indirecte, c'est exactement ce dont j'avais besoin. Attention, certaines leçons demandent des connaissances mathematiques post-bac.
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