WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN NON-URBAN AREAS

Course ID: IGP-SE>ZARZZA
Course title: WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN NON-URBAN AREAS
Semester: 3 / Winter
ECTS: 7
Lectures/Classes: 30 / 60 hours
Field of study: Land Management
Study cycle: 1st cycle
Type of course: compulsory
Prerequisites: None
Contact person: dr hab. inż. Szymon Szewrański; szymon.szewranski@upwr.edu.pl
Short description: Topics concern integrated water management. Water resources management in climate change conditions, qualitive and quantitive water protection in spatial planning
Full description: The climate and its tendency to change. Water resources and ways of using them. Water policy and water management systems (institutions, organisational-functional solutions, administrative mechanisms, social control). Planning in water economy. The economic aspects of water economy. The integrated systems of managing water resources. The quantity and quality of household waste. household and housing estate sewage systems. Problems related to the purification of small amounts of waste. The localisation determinants of household and housing estate purification plants. Building small water-sewage management facilities.
Bibliography: A handbook for integrated water resources management in basins, GWP & INBO, 2009 Hendriks M., 2010: Introduction to Physical Hydrology, Oxford Press
Learning outcomes: Knowledge Knows the basic climatic and ecophysiographic determinants of the formation of water resources. Knows the tools for strategic management and planning in water economy. Knows the practices of integrated water management in non-urban areas. Skills can gather and analyse basic climatic data estimate the water resources of a given area; can formulate elements of an aquatic legal survey regarding household waste discharge and purification; Social competences Student understands the need for social participation and control in managing water resources
Assessment methods and assessment criteria: Grade obtained at lectures 50% + grade obtained at classes 50%

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