|Methods and Tools T3160||Environmental Monitoring|
|Credit Points||5 ECTS|
|Module Coordination||Dr. Georg Lamberty|
|Lecturers||Dr. Georg Lamberty, Dr. Udo Nehren, Dr. Claudia Raedig, MSc. Santiago Penedo|
|Workload (h)||45 Attendance||105 Self-Study|
|Intended Learning Outcome||
The purpose of this module is to introduce students to the concepts of environmental monitoring and characterization, including the evaluation of the physical, chemical, and biological factors that impact the environment.
In summary, this module attempts to answer the following questions:
|Content||To answer these questions the module covers the following subjects
The module in the summer term 2019 is focusing on environmental monitoring and characterization in the interaction of landscape management, nature protection and river restoration.
The module is connected to the a real-world project “Sustainable Riverine Landscape Eifel” (German: Nachhaltige Gewässerlandschaft Eifel) in form of a living lab.
IMPORTANT: The module includes a 2-day-excursion (31.05-01.06.2019). Accommodation costs are covered by the ITT.
|Teaching Method||Living Lab|
|Assesment Method||Written Group Report and Presentation|
|Recommended Reading||Janick et al. (eds.) (2004): Environmental Monitoring and Characterization|
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