Coordinator of the course "Environmental Systems Analysis: Methods and Applications". Environmental problems are complex and of a multidisciplinary character. In solving these problems often many actors are involved. Analysing such complex problems requires an integrated approach. In this course, methods and instruments are taught that can be used to analyse environmental issues while taking into account these interactions. Environmental systems analysis studies are often performed to assist decision-makers in finding solutions to specific environmental problems. In this course, attention is paid to interactions between researchers (systems analysts) and the users (decision-makers) of the results of environmental systems analysis studies.
The course starts with a general introduction in which a systems analysis procedure is presented. Next, tools and techniques used in environmental systems analysis will be introduced. Special attention will be given to modelling. Group work study will give more insight in the use of environmental systems analysis and methods and instruments.
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