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Prescribed at the end of the junior year for all students in the College of Civil Engineering, Railroad course. The work should be taken during the summer following the year in which Civil Engineering 2A, 2B, and 2c are completed. Additional prerequisites are Civil Engineering 3A and Astronomy 3. Four weeks' continuous field practice. 3 units credit.

Section 2. Irrigation and Sanitary Section.

This course comprises field and office work necessary for,

A. The location of a canal, including the following problems:
Determination of stream flow.

Location and design of head works.

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Cross-sectioning of one mile of the line.

Calculation of earthwork and other quantities.
Making of preliminary estimates.

B. A hydrographic survey of an existing reservoir.

C. Sanitary studies, including:

Construction, operation and control of camp filter plant.
Bacterial determination of filter plant efficiency.

Surveys, designs and estimates for lateral, main and intercep
ing sewerage systems.

Prescribed at the end of the junior year for students in the Sanitary and Irrigation courses who do not elect Section 1. Prerequisites: Civil Engineering 3A, 2A, 2B, 10, 11A, or Irrigation 2; Astronomy 3. Four weeks' continuous field practice. 3 units credit.

Students interested in surveying field practice are advised to secure the Special Bulletins of Information of the Summer School of Surveying.

Communications regarding the work of the Summer School of Surveying should be addressed to the Dean of the College of Civil Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, California.


VERNON L. KELLOGG, M.S., Professor of Entomology, Stanford University.
BENNETT M. ALLEN, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology, University of Kansas.
CHARLES A. KOFOID, Ph.D., Professor of Zoology.

TRACY I. STORER, M.S., Instructor in Zoology in the Summer Session.
BENJAMIN H. PRATT, Assistant in Zoology.

1. Evolution Today.

Professor KELLOGG.

The present-day position of the evolution theory in science and natural philosophy, including an account of the facts and current hypotheses which compose it, together with a special discussion of the recent scientific criticism of the selection hypotheses (Darwinism) and of the modern substitutes offered to replace them as causal factors of species-forming and descent. 2 units. M Tu W Th F, 9. 101 East Hall.

2. The Birds of California.


Lectures, laboratory and field work, with conferences and collateral reading. A study of birds in the field, their identification, classification, distribution, habits, general ecology, etc. Laboratory fee, $2.50. 2 units.

M Tu W Th F, 8. 103 East Hall. Laboratory hours to be arranged.

Professor ALLEN.

3. The Biology of Sex. The facts of sex and reproduction in the plant and animal world. The presentation of these facts to the child by the parent and teacher. Problem of instruction in sex hygiene in the public schools. Lectures and demonstrations. 1 unit.

M w F, 2. 101 East Hall.

$108. Embryology.

Professor ALLEN.

A course in comparative embryology. Lectures dealing with the fundamental facts of reproduction, the early stages of development of vertebrates, the formation of organs, and the foetal membranes of mammals, including man. Laboratory study of preparations of chick and pig embryos. Demonstrations. Laboratory fee, $5.00. 4 units.

M Tu W Th F, 8-12. 326 East Hall.

S113. Advanced General Vertebrate Zoology.


A systematic and faunistic study of the birds, mammals and reptiles of California, including a brief treatment of the amphibians and fishes. Lectures, field, laboratory and museum work, with papers on assigned topics. Laboratory fee, $5.00. 3 units.

Hours to be arranged. 103 East Hall.

S224. Research Problems in Zoology and especially in Protozoology.

Laboratory fee, $2.50.

Hours and units arranged. May 15-July 1.

217 East Hall.

Professor Kofoid.

$230. Research Problems in Embryology.

Professor ALLEN.

Hours and units arranged. Laboratory fee, $2.50.

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