ERTH548

Ecohydrology

Ecohydrology is the interdisciplinary study of the interactions between water and ecosystems. It views water, carbon and energy as essential ingredients for living systems, and recognises that ecosystems may modify the hydrological systems of which they are a part. This paper bridges the gap between hydrological, soils, ecological and climate sciences.

Ecohydrology is the interdisciplinary study of the interactions between water and ecosystems. It views water, carbon and energy as essential ingredients for living systems, and recognises that ecosystems may modify the hydrological systems of which they are a part. This paper bridges the gap between hydrological, soils, ecological and climate sciences.

Paper Information

Points: 15.0
Prerequisite(s): ERTH345 or ERTH346
Internal assessment / examination: 60:40
Restriction(s): ERTH541

Semesters and Locations

Occurrence Code When taught Where taught
18A (HAM)A Semester : 26 Feb 2018 - 24 Jun 2018 Hamilton

Timetabled Lectures for Ecohydrology (ERTH548)

DayStartEndRoomDates
Mon2:00 PM4:00 PME.1.10Feb 26 - Jun 3

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Indicative Fees for Ecohydrology (ERTH548)

Occurrence Domestic International
 Tuition Resource 
18A (HAM) $1011 $0 $4077
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Paper Outlines for Ecohydrology (ERTH548)

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Additional Information

Available Subjects:  Earth Sciences | Environmental Engineering | Environmental Sciences

Other available years: Ecohydrology - ERTH548 (2017)

Paper details current as of : 21 May 2018 4:26pm
Indicative fees current as of : 5 June 2018 4:30am

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