Wetlands And Water Resources Management
This course is designed to give students knowledge on the distribution,
management and importance of wetlands and other fresh water ecosystems not only
to human beings but also other ecosystems in the environment since for long
wetlands had been known as wastelands.
The need to develop
an ability to understand issues related to best practices in Wetland Management
By the end of this
course, the student should be able to:
and identify the importance of wetlands and other water resources
between wetlands and fresh water bodies composition and distribution
how and why they are being degraded
management and protection of these fragile ecosystems
hands on ability to undertake biodiversity monitoring of wetlands.
a management plan for wetland conservation.
completing the course is expected to:
an understanding of values and functioning of Wetland Ecosystems and different
aspects of Wetland management planning that will aid governance.
an ability to understand issues related to best practices in Wetland
Management and conservation
for higher studies and career paths that involves assessment of aquatic
biodiversity and governance of Wetland management