Subject: Water Quality Management and Methods for Sediment Remediation (17 - MPK18A)

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Scientific or art field:Environment Protection Engineering
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Course specification

Course is active from 07.11.2018..

- Acquiring the necessary knowledge about the basic elements of natural, socio - economic and legal environment of water management; - Acquiring knowledge and theoretical foundations of methods and techniques for monitoring the quality and status of surface and groundwater and remediation of sediment. - Preparation of data and monitoring of water quality for the purpose of planning documents in the field of water management; - Preparation for sediment remediation studies.
After completing and mastering the material the student should: - Develop ability to solve scientific research and professional tasks and problems in the field of water quality analysis and sediment remediation. - Define the types of analytical methods and methods for data processing which are used for the assessment of water quality and sediment remediation; - Define the methods used in order to develop plans and project documentation
Pressures on water quality and the impact on the composition of the sediment in the aquatic environment. Legislation in the field of water quality and aquatic sediment quality. Theoretical basis and methods for water quality analysis and immobilization of organic and inorganic components in aquatic sediments. The application of techniques and methods for monitoring of water and sediment quality. Status of surface water, groundwater and sediment. Monitoring of water quality and aquatic sediment. Methods for sediment remediation. Measures and actions for improvement of water quality and aquatic sediment. Analysis of the main activities and objectives of water quality management plans and studies of sediment remediation.
Classes will be realized in the form of lectures, exercises and seminar work. In addition to lectures and exercises consultation are held regularly. Term papers are made by groups designated by the subject teacher, while research papers are auditory in terms of exercise. Each term paper consists of a theoretical and computational work that can be put down in writing during the semester. Students who did not pass both term papers must take the tests over the entire final exam. The oral exam is taken after passing the written exam and all examination prerequisites realized.
Dimkić Milan, Kovačević SrđanOsnovni principi upravljanja vodama (interna skripta)2012Fakultet tehničkih naukaSerbian language
Dimkic A.Milan., Brauch Heinz-Jürgen, Kavanaugh MichaelGroundwater Management in Large River Basins2008IWA Publishing, LondonEnglish
Daniel P. Loucks, Eelco van BeekWater Resources Systems Planning and Management - an introduction to methods, models and applications2005UNESCO PublishingEnglish
Reible D. DannyProcesses, Assessment and Remediation of Contaminated Sediments2014SpringerEnglish
Edson Reis, Andrea Lodolo, Stanislav MiertusSurvey of sediment remediation technologies2007International Centre for Science and High TechnologyEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes40.00
Coloquium examNoNo20.00
Coloquium examNoNo20.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Term paperYesYes20.00
Oral part of the examNoYes30.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Adamović Dragan
Associate Professor

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Berežni Isidora
Research Associate

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