WATR 203

Special Topic in Freshwater Science Field Skills

Course overview

The course begins on 21 November and includes a compulsory week of practical work, starting 28 November. Overnight field work is undertaken at Cass Field Station.

As places on this course are strictly limited and specific arrangements have to be made to accommodate each student, students enrolling are expected to complete the course. If the course cannot be delivered face-to-face due to changing alert levels, the course will be cancelled and tuition fees refunded.

*Subject to approval

Course information

Credits 15
Domestic fees $918.00

What you will learn

You will learn basic field and lab skills required to measure aspects of freshwater ecosystems, including physical habitats, water chemistry, algae, aquatic plants, freshwater invertebrates, and fish.

Course examiners

Issie barrett

Issie Barrett


University of Canterbury

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