Lecture: Hydrobiology
Subtitle:Module: Selected Topics in Environmental Engineering
Lecturer: Dr. Ludwig Tent
Type of course: Lecture

- Running and stagnant waters with their surroundings as living sphere for plants, animals and man. Natural situation and nowadays reality
- Goals for future developments
- Demands of nature to engineering projects like city planning, constructions like e.g. brigdes, advanced waste water treatment and river maintenance
- Practical exercise to get to know characteristic organisms of running waters
- Sediments: origin, characterisation, how to get rid of problems in an environ-mentally acceptable way
- Restructuring of aquatic habitats, river restoration, rehabilitation of stagnant waters
- Diffuse immissions, erosion, soil conservation = improvement of the health of waters
- Social implications

Script / original presentations for private use only

Tent, L. (1998): Reconstruction versus ecological maintenance - improving lowland rivers in Hamburg and Lower Saxony. - in: HANSEN, H.O. and B.L. MADSEN (eds.): River Restoration ´96;
Tent, L. (2001): Trout 2010 - Restructuring Urban Brooks with engaged Citizens. - in: Nijland, H. and M.J.R. Cals (eds.): River Restoration in Europe; Practical Approaches
Internet, e.g. River Restoration like
2011 -  http://web.natur.cuni.cz/hydroeco2011/index.php?id=33h , session H and more

Term: SoSe 20
Lecture ID: 18271_S20
ECTS-credit points: 3
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