Water Quality Concepts, Sampling, and Analysis: 
A Skill Sharpening Course for IFAS Faculty

February 21-25, 2011

Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead, Florida

Who Should Attend

This course is being offered to provide UF IFAS research faculty with the most current and innovative tools needed to conduct water quality related research. 

  • Are you involved in research involving water quality aspects such as production agriculture?

  • Is your research related to waste management?

  • Do you want to know the meaning and implication of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), Basinwide Management Action Plan (BMAP)?

  •  Are you involved in issues concerning water quality in urban landscapes?

  • You are familiar with water quality issues, but would like to learn about the cutting edge topics in experimental design and data analysis.

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this course is for you!

The course will offer key information on water quality that is needed to ensure your results are of the highest quality and that your publications are on the leading edge for water quality research, data analysis, and interpretation.  This course is important and timely due to the new water quality criteria for water bodies throughout the state. The information UF IFAS researchers collect and present needs to be of the highest standards and irrefutable.

As water quality research crosses many disciplines, this course is highly recommended for horticulturalist, agronomist, economist, engineers, soil scientists, and others who are interested in learning how to improve the water quality aspects of their research programs and who are interested in networking with others of complementary expertise for proposal idea building.

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