Module Code: ECMM110
Module Lecturer(s): Dr Guangtao Fu
With the world's population growing, and pressure mounting from increasing industrial and agricultural development, the prevention of water pollution and management of water resources are becoming increasingly important.
In this module you will investigate the current practices and issues in planning and management of water and environmental systems in the UK and around the world. Through case studies taken from real-world studies published by academics and consultants, this module will allow you to identify key drivers, future uncertainties and trends underlying water management, and explore various designs, techniques, computer models, and hydroinformatics tools for control and management of water and wastewater systems.
This module is designed as a standalone course although prior knowledge of hydrological system and pollution control is desirable. The module is suitable for specialist students looking to advance their knowledge on some specific topics, and for non-specialist students looking to gain an understanding of key issues in water and wastewater management.
Bookings are limited to one person per module. If you require multiple bookings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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