EVRN 611 Water Quality, Land Use, and Watershed Ecosystems
Water quality issues are integrated with land use planning and the development of watershed management strategies. Interrelationships among the hydrologic cycle, atmospheric deposition, nutrient transformations and pesticide use are examined in regards to stream, lake, and groundwater quality. Prerequisite: CHEM 110 or CHEM 130 and BIOL 414, or consent of instructor.
Why study environmental studies? The Environmental Studies Program at the University of Kansas, established in 1971, is one of the oldest environmental studies programs in the country. The KU Environmental Studies Program provides a rigorous interdisciplinary education and stimulates exchange concerning the environment from natural science, social science, and humanities perspectives. Learning Pathways , thematic areas of study that match student interest to the environmental expertise of our faculty, are a key aspect of our unique program.
...Required Courses EVRN 611 Water Quality, Land Use, and Watershed Ecosystems 3 EVRN 616 Environmental...