Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Research School for Socio-Economic and
Natural Sciences of the Environment
Agenda

Introduction to Hydrological Processes, Water Resources Management, and Aquatic Ecosystems

Date: 15 May 2017 - 18 May 2017
Location: UFZ Leipzig, Germany

Contents

The course provides an introduction into the water topic at the UFZ. This includes an overview over the integrated projects with a water focus and selected studies from hydrology, hydrogeology, aquatic ecology and biogeochemistry as well as water resources management.

Didactic aim

  • Basic understanding of hydrological processes and functioning of aquatic ecosystems
  • Modelling approaches in hydrology and aquatic ecology
  • scientific basis of water resources management strategies
  • achieving an interdisciplinary perspective on aquatic environments
  • Basic understanding of hydrological processes and functioning of aquatic ecosystems
  • engineering of water supply systems
  • scientific basis of water resources management strategies
  • achieving an interdisciplinary perspective on aquatic environments

Target audience

PhD students of all disciplines interested in hydrological, physical, chemical, and biological processes within aquatic environments and environmental engineering of water resources

Course type

subject-specific & methodological

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