|| BSM5210 |
|| MONITORING AND PREDICTION |
|| 2006/2007 |
|| Professor Peter Wathern |
|| Available all semesters |
|Assessment Type||Assessment Length/Details||Proportion|
|Semester Assessment|| Assignment: 2,000 words || |
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.
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.
This module is at CQFW Level 7