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Environmental Monitoring RENR 1005

Renewable Resources Course

Course details

​The Environmental Monitoring nano-module will provide context to the role of an environmental monitor and review typical duties of an environmental monitor. This nano-module will assist in environmental monitoring basics for a wide variety of applications throughout Western Canada, such as stream crossing installations, pipeline development, and land development.


  • Grade 10 Math or equivalent and Basic English Proficiency and Competency with Computer.



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Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Define important terms and understand regulatory approvals and permits.
  • Describe the field aspects of an environmental monitoring program.
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities for environmental monitoring crew.
  • Identify safety operations and procedure.
  • Develop an understanding of sediment and erosion control plans.
  • Understand spill control and response plans and procedures.
  • Identify and conduct key project management and safety procedures.

Effective as of Winter 2021

Related Programs

Environmental Monitoring (RENR 1005) is offered as a part of the following programs:

School of Construction and the Environment

  1. Essentials of Natural Resource and Environmental Protection (MENREP)
    Microcredential Part-time


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