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Canada: Université Laval

Country
Canada
University
Université Laval
Department
Dept of Civil and Water Engineering
Course
River basin management project
Type
Undergraduate
Contact
Prof. Amaury Tilmant
Web Site
http://www.gci.ulaval.ca
Notes
Students typically carry out an analysis of various river basin development/management plans using a case study in Africa (Zambezi). The work involves an analysis of the current situation, the identification of objectives, the development of scenarios, the quantitative analysis of those scenarios with WEAP, reports and presentations. Nbr of students: +/- 20 (undergrad) They work in groups: +/- 3-4 persons/group Semester: Fall

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