October 6th – 13th 2015
The demand for freshwater resources is expected to increase dramatically, so protecting diminishing water resources has become one of the most pressing environmental issues and will likely become more complicated as climate change, species invasions, and pollution further degrade water quality and quantity.
Aim of the summer school is to supply the theoretical and practical competences to study surface water and groundwater, in rural and developed areas, with an interdisciplinary approach of chemical, microbiological, ecological and hydrogeological aspects. The target is to provide an understanding of human impact on the water reservoirs, in order to prevent their decrease and degradation in developed areas and, in the rural areas, to promote the use of manual drilling techniques.
Prof. Barbara Leoni, University of Milano-Bicocca
Prof. Mario Rossi, University of Milano-Bicocca
University of Milano-Bicocca Campus, Building no. U1
One day field trip to Brianza lakes
30 June 2015
Bachelor or master students