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- Why Monitor.
- Framework for Designing a Monitoring Program,
- Sampling Designs.
- Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Monitoring.
- Sampling Considerations and Statistical Analysis.
- Remote Sensing For Monitoring and Change Detection.
- GIS and Remote Sensing Errors.
- Monitoring the Social Environment.
- Designing Social Monitoring Programs.
- Monitoring Marine Resource Usage.
- Vegetation Monitoring.
- Biomonitoring and Monitoring River Health with AusRivAS.
- Soil Health and catchment quality.
- Monitoring and Completion Criteria in Minesite Rehabilitation.
- Air Quality Monitoring.
- Case Study Monitoring marine animals.
- From Local to State to National Monitoring.
- Case Study: School and Community Monitoring
- International Monitoring Programs.
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Web links
- Resources and Links
- Online Assessment
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject provides a conceptual background to the design and implementation of environmental monitoring programs, and practical experience in the collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting of monitoring data. The subject considers physical, chemical, biological and social monitoring, and short and long term programs. Geographical information systems and remote sensing are given special attention. The subject considers monitoring of terrestrial and aquatic (both marine and freshwater systems) in addition to airborne compounds and social systems.
- Invigilated Exam (50%)
- GIS/Remote sensing (25%)
- Design (25%)
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