Modules

This module is available in eLC.  Please send your name and email to watershed@uga.edu to request instructor access to the content.  Follow this link for details.

We have pre/post assessment quizzes in Qualtrics that we would love for everyone to complete.

 

 

In this module, students will learn

  • Point vs. Non-point source pollution
  • Natural events vs. Human impacts
  • How humans affect the quantity and quality of water flowing through campus watersheds
  • Individual vs. collective actions - regarding both affecting watersheds and restoring watershed health
  • Regulations vs. Incentives as collective action to restore watershed health

 

This module is available in the eLC.  Please send your name and email to watershed@uga.edu to request instructor access to the content.  Follow this link for details.

What are exotic-invasive plants?

  • What makes an species-invasive

Why are they a concern to forests, people and watershed health?

  • Outcompete / damage native ecosystems (biodiversity, health and productivity)
  • Economic impacts
  • Characteristics of invasive species

What can UGA do (effective management strategies)?

  • Removal / Herbicide / biological spread
  • Establishment of native vegetation helps local wildlife

This module discusses the environmental history of the four UGA watersheds overall, from when the university was founded until today. 

This module is available in eLC.  Please send your name and email to watershed@uga.edu to request instructor access to the content.  Follow this link for details.

We have pre/post assessment quizzes in Qualtrics that we would love for everyone to complete.‚Äč