Study unit
3513169 Forest soil hydrology, 3-6 Cp  
Code 3513169  Validity 29.01.2018 -
Name Forest soil hydrology  Abbreviation ForSoilHyd 
Credits 3-6 Cp Date of expiry  
TypeAdvanced Studies Subject0951 Forestry 
ClassStudy Unit  Hours  
Study right   Grading0-5 
Recommended scheduling 
   
Organisation Forest Sciences (J) 

Teachers
Name
Ari Lauren 

Study unit's general literature:
Author Title Year Obligatory library
     Hillel, D.  Introduction to environmental soil physics  2003  Obligatory library
     Additional information p. 1-19, 93-166, 189-234, 259-406


Description
Learning outcomes 

Understanding the role and cycling of water in forest and forest soil in catchment scale, and the possibilities to impact forest production and other ecosystem services through water management.

 
Content 

Properties of water, the hydrological processes in forest soil and forested catchments. The impact of hydrology on soil properties and processes. Hydrology and site productivity. Water management, soil drainage and site preparation. Water protection and nutrient exports from forested catchments. Complementary knowledge: modeling the water cycle. Special knowledge: Different simulation programs.

 
Modes of study 

Lectures (18 h), literature, examination (3513024A, 3 cp). Practicals (20 h) (3513024B, 3 cp). It is possible to complete lectures and literature only, or both parts.

 
Evaluation criteria 

0-5

 
Teachers 

Associate Professor in Forest Ecosystem Modelling and Professor in Forest Soil Science.

 
Prerequisites 

Site factors, Forest soils or corresponding studies.

 
Time 

Next course in spring 2019 and on alternate study years with courses Nutrient Dynamics of Forest Ecosystems (3513123) and Carbon Dynamics of Forest Soils (3513125).

 
Campus 

Joensuu

 
Further information 

The course is given in Finnish, but if necessary, in English.

 


Letter (J, K) in front of the name of the course/exam indicates the campus on which teaching or exam takes place: J = Joensuu, K = Kuopio.

Present and future teaching
No teaching

Future exams
No exams