Water Resources Management

Course number: ENSC 0213

Course length: 75 hrs

Course credits: 3 credits

Course description:

This course is an introduction to limnology and the management of freshwater resources in Northern Canada. Subjects covered include basic physical and chemical properties of water, topography and ecology of lakes and rivers, biomonitoring, identification and control of aquatic pests and parasites, and municipal and industrial use of water. Other subjects include domestic and industrial pollution of lakes and rivers, water sampling techniques, the regulatory process, and related legislation. The course, depending on availability, includes the nationally recognized certification of students through Environment Canada’s Canadian Aquatic Biomonitoring Network (CABIN).

Course delivery:

  • In Person

Programs this course is part of: