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Katedra hydromeliorací a krajinného inženýrství


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Konference Hydrologie, GIS a ŽP (9.12.2020)

Environmental Engineering

Kód předmětu: 143ENE
Ročník: 1
Míra povinnosti: Volitelný
Kredity: 4
Zakončení: Zkouška
Semestr: Zimní i Letní
Garant: doc. Dr. Ing. Tomáš Dostál,
Náplň předmětu: General information about interaction between human beings and their environment. Information about water quality and pollution, flood hazard, air and soil pollution, landscape utilization and protection, soil erosion, climate change, sustainability, waste production and disposal, energy production and consumption. Questions of ethics, philosophy and globalization are discussed together. The topics are given on basic information level, respecting various backgrounds of the students.

Předmět učí:

MENU:

Lecture notes:

  1. Introduction, course scope
  2. Environmental engineering, sustainable development (a)
  3. Environmental engineering, sustainable development (b)
  4. Landscape reclamation, EIA
  5. Ecology
  6. Atmosphere (1st part) - Atmosphere, air pollution
  7. Atmosphere (2nd part) - Solar radiation, greenhouse effect, Kyoto and Montreal protocols
  8. Soil - Soil formation, classification, soil water, economical evaluation of soils
  9. Water 1
  10. Water 2
  11. Waste Management

Seminars:

Task #1 + EIA

Task #2 - Environmental impacts

Task #3 - Alternative solution

Task #4 - Comparison of alternatives

Task #5 - Report & Presentation

 

EIA report - Table of contents

- each group will present their report

- app 10 - 15 min per group (not more!)

- all the members must be present (on time!)

- all the members must be able to react to the general questions related to the project