FRESH WATER: Waterbodies

Start Date
09/15/2018
End Date
09/15/2018
Description
Waterbodies explores the signs, symbols, and meaning of water in the world, through an experience and understanding of water in our life and culture. The session will explore both the legacy and future of our constructions—big and small— that provide a text of our human-water histories written into the land.
Location
Champaign, IL
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
5. Understand legal terms associated with hydrology.
6. Explore the relationship of people and hydrology and understand the term “hydro-social.”
7. Explore the history of design of infrastructural systems and how this might inform future design.
8. Consider political and economic frameworks to develop incentives for reducing runoff.
Instructors
Jane Wolfe Danielle Choi Justine Holzman Sandra Cook Halina Steiner Matthew Tucker
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Provider
University of Illinois - Landscape Architecture


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