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Undergraduate Student InformationMeasuring nitrate

While the Waterways Centre does not offer an undergraduate degree, there are several undergraduate courses in Water Resource Management offered through both the University of Canterbury and Lincoln University.

 

Undergraduate course descriptions:

 

WATR 201: Freshwater Resources
(University of Canterbury)

15 points, Semester 2
Characterisation, value and use of freshwater resources, and tools and techniques for assessment and management

WATR 201: Freshwater Resources
(Lincoln University)
WATR203: Freshwater Science Field Skills
(University of Canterbury)

15 points, Summer Course (Jan - Feb 2017)
This five day course, based primarily at UC, involves field-based practical freshwater monitoring, including hydrological, water chemistry, aquatic plant, invertebrate, fish and bird assessments..

WATR 301: Water Resource Management (University of Canterbury) 15 points, Semester 1
Water resource use conflicts, and frameworks balancing environmental, economic, social and cultural water needs in catchment management.
WATR 301: Water Resource Management
(Lincoln University)