Found 131 courses
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natural sciences subject

Analytical Environmental Geochemistry

DESPINA PENTARI - undergraduate - (A-)
School of Mineral Resources Engineering, Technical University of Crete

Basic principles of thermodynamics equilibrium and kinetics. Redox processes in natural systems. The system CO2 carbonic acid and carbonate, natural waters pH. Box models and geochemical cycles. Metals, sources, anthropogenic impacts, speciation, enrichment factors, ion exchange, sorption, desorption, case studies.

natural sciences subject

Not available

Gregorios Varras - Undergraduate - (A+)
Meetings, TEI of Epirus

Not available.

natural sciences subject

URBAN TRANFORMATIONS

Lila Thoedoridou - Undergraduate - (A+)
CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING & GEOMATICS, TEI of Central Macedonia

The course provides students with a coherent understanding of urbanism and the built environment. Case studies are discussed in details in order to provide students insights in different topics. Basic Understanding of urban transformation through the centuries and their connection with social-economic Issues; in three dimensions - theories, realities, and practices. Organic and geometrical urban grid. Middle ages, rennaisance, outopian cities. 19th centuries interventions. Prewar and postwar urban units. Functional urbanism. Superblocks, suburbs, new towns, grandes ensembles, urban sprawl, post industrial cities, urban regeneration, seafront recovery, urban void, new urban landscapes. Master plans and urban legislation in Greece. Zoning, land use, heights. Concept of green cities, smart cities. Future cities.

natural sciences subject

not available

Marios Valavanidis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying & Geoinformatics Engineering, TEI of Athens

not available

natural sciences subject

Geodesy

Vassilios Andritsanos - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Civil Engineering and Surveying & Geoinformatics Engineering, TEI of Athens

not available

natural sciences subject

Environmental Impact Assessment

Athanasios, Stavroula Kungolos, Tsitsifli - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Planning and Regional Development, University of Thessaly

The course provides to the students the necessary knowledge and skills to be able to elaborate an Environmental Impact Assessment both in public and private sector. The students will be able to elaborate special environmental studies.

natural sciences subject

Environmental Toxicology

Christina Emmanouel - Postgraduate - (A-)
Department of Planning and Regional Development, University of Thessaly

This is an introductory course for environmental toxicology The modules deal with basic definitions and issues in environmental toxicology as well as in ecology, environmental management and engineering and ecotoxicology An important part of the module is dedicated to environmental fate and to effects of distinct pollutants including information on their metabolism, (bio)degradation and bioavailability potential International and European Directives, Guidelines and recommendations in regard to environmental pollutants and to environmental management are presented The aim of the course is the familiarization with fate and effects of environmental pollutants in ecosystems as well as with ways of prevention, mitigation, quantification and assessment of these pollutants

natural sciences subject

Coastal Geology [open]

Antonis Velegrakis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Department of Marine Sciences, Aegean University

Coastal geomorphology and coastal morphodynamics - the coastal environments. Main factors and key processes that shape the coast ( geology of the coastal zone , topography , hydrographic network, climate, feeding the coast with debris through the drainage network , dynamic state of the sea along the coast ) .

natural sciences subject

Meteorology-Climatology

Petros Katsafados - Undergraduate - (A+)
Geography, Harokopio University of Athens

The course of Meteorology-Climatology is an introductory course in the fields of atmospheric sciences and applied climatology. At the end of the course the student is expected to understand and analyze the basic atmospheric processes and the spatial and temporal variability. The internship provides students with basic knowledge on weather forecasting methods and climate while at the workshop the student is exercised in managing climate data and large-scale statistical analysis.

natural sciences subject

Climate Change

Petros Katsafados - Undergraduate - (A+)
Geography, Harokopio University of Athens

The course of Climate Change is an introductory course in the fields of climate variability, greenhouse effect and large-scale atmospheric phenomena. At the end of the course the student is expected to be able to understand the natural and anthropogenic impacts on the global climate and analyse the scenarios and their dynamical feedbacks. The practical session of the course provides fundamental knowledge on data analysis software while the laboratory work is essential for the learner in order to demonstrate its skills on climate data processing and various scenarios assessment.