|| BSM5210 |
|| MONITORING AND PREDICTION |
|| 2001/2002 |
|| Dr Alan Bond |
|| Available all semesters |
|| Assignment || 2,000 words || |
To appreciate the range of data which need to be collected during an EIA, how these data can be
managed, and the benefits of computer software.
Module objectives / Learning outcomes
After studying this module you should be able to:
understand the importance of baseline studies, monitoring, and post-development audits;
describe a range of monitoring techniques which can be used to suit a variety of potential impacts;
plan a post-development audit;
describe a range of prediction techniques and discuss their limitations;
describe the data requirement needs for baseline studies, monitoring and post-development audits;
list, and know where it is appropriate to use, a variety of data manipulation techniques.
Terminal objective :
To appreciate the range of data which need to be collected during an EIA, how these data can be managed, and the benefits of computer software.