|Title ||Sustainable Water Management (International Study Programme in Environmental Science and Forestry) |
|Institute responsible for organization ||University of Joensuu (Jussi Kukkonen) |
Contact person: Prof. Ismo J. Holopainen, Room 262, Natura Building, tel. +358-13-251-3553, telefax: +358 13 251 3590, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Objectives ||Understanding the changes in aquatic ecosystems caused by human activities, and their consequences for the use of aquatic resources. |
|Contents || |
Examination of the causes, consequences, remedies, and the restoration of eutrophication, acidification, toxic pollution, and other changes to aquatic ecosystems caused by human activity.
|Background necessary ||Two years of basic science studies and a field course in ecology (for example Field Course in Ecology 140146). |
|Place ||University of Joensuu, Faculty of Biosciences |
|Duration (h) ||Lectures (20 hours), literature (Book No.2), and excursions yield three (3) credits. Additional credits can be earned by taking one or two (1-2) book examinations (Books No.1 or No.3) each worth two (2) credits. Grading for satisfactory work is from 1 up to 5. |
Literature: Lundin, L-C. (editor). 2000. Sustainable water management in the Baltic Sea Basin. The
Baltic University Programme publication. Uppsala, Sweden.
Book No. 1 The Waterscape 207 p. (2 credits).
Book No. 2 Water Use and Management 240 p. (2 credits).
Book No. 3 River Basin Management 244 p. (2 credits).
|ECTS ||3-7 |
|Time ||February-March 2008. |
|Max number of participants ||16 in exercises. Approximately 50% of these positions can be filled by non-degree students, with preference given to students whose specialising studies (major) are related to this course. |