Overview of the watershed management and planning process. Relate interdisciplinary topics such as the use of public policies, regulations, and management tools to effectively manage water resources for a sustainable future. Specific case study examples will be used to illustrate the concepts.
- Understand the concepts of watershed management and its effect on land, water and ecosystem resources
- Analyze public policies and practices of watershed planning
- Assess the impact of watershed planning through case studies
- Develop control and mitigation techniques for watershed problems
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