Water monitoring is an essential tool in the management of water resources and it comprehensively covers the entire monitoring operation including data sampling and analysis, statistics, sampling design, chemical monitoring, in-situ measurements, trace metals, nutrients, organic matter, organic carbon, and biological monitoring of watershed.
By the end of semester, student should be able to:
Examine the water quality assessment including physical, chemical and biological criteria and fundamentals of acceptability
Design monitoring sampling program and conduct water measurement, collecting data and completing the data form
Demonstrate technical communication skills by managing, interpreting and presenting data (written, table and graphs)