WSM551 - Watershed Management

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Subject Title
Watershed Management

Subject Description
?Watershed management? refers to the process of managing the natural resources in an area defined by watershed boundaries, with the intent of protecting and managing those natural resources (including their functions and linkages) in a sustainable manner.  This process must be considered in the context of land use planning, including the social and economic context of activities within the watershed.  Students will explore an integrated interdisciplinary approach to managing watershed issues utilizing a case study approach.

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