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Water Management Curricula Volume 1

This water education modular curricula is in line with UNESCO’s mandate as part of the project incorporating new strategies in the framework of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) Phase VIII (2014-2021) focusing on “ Water security: Responses to local, regional, and global challenges” to deeper understanding of the interfaces and interconnections between the water, energy and food nexus, which aims to further improve Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and to deeper understanding of their interfaces and interconnections.


Volume 1 of water management curricula focus on freshwater and lake ecosystem. It is discussed the concept, function and diversity of freshwater, lake environment and river ecosystem in terms of hydrological cycles including the invertebrate consumers in lakes and heterotrophic microorganism in lake and steams. Finally, recognize and exposing to the importance of environmental monitoring and its interface for ecohydrology based lake management.

Water Management Curricula Volume 2

This water education modular curricula is in line with UNESCO’s mandate as part of the project incorporating new strategies in the framework of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) Phase VIII (2014-2021) focusing on “ Water security: Responses to local, regional, and global challenges” to deeper understanding of the interfaces and interconnections between the water, energy and food nexus, which aims to further improve Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and to deeper understanding of their interfaces and interconnections.


Meanwhile Volume 2 of water management curricula focuses on land and sediment issues in few topics such as highland drainage, sediment control, erosion, phytoremediation technique as well as integrated stormwater management ecohydrology. It is discussed the concept and overview on highland drainage, mudflow, debris, sediment erosion and landslide control as well as Mitigation on Sediment Control. Other than that, Volume 2 as well discussed the philosophy of phytoremediation technique by applying hydroponic plant for sustainable development in IWRM and green technology technique that have impinge on many application decisions or solutions and finally the design of Ecohydrology as a tool in stormwater management.

Water Management Curricula Volume 3

This water education modular curricula is in line with UNESCO’s mandate as part of the project incorporating new strategies in the framework of the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) Phase VIII (2014-2021) focusing on “ Water security: Responses to local, regional, and global challenges” to deeper understanding of the interfaces and interconnections between the water, energy and food nexus, which aims to further improve Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) and to deeper understanding of their interfaces and interconnections.


Volume 3 of water management curricula focuses on learning natural channel (river) behavior, its ecosystem, its biodiversity, morphology, compound channel, overbanks hydraulics, sediment transport, erosion and riverbank protection, stream stability, example of rainfall distribution profiles, flood control, flow routing, etc. It is explained in the context of scientific, technical and innovative idea, and river channel hydraulics based on the author’s experience, research works, courses, teaching, discussion, collection of information and references used by the author. It is also discussed on the curricular module for sustainable science for secondary school teacher. This guide has been developed to assist secondary education teachers, from different subject areas, in embedding sustainability science education across the school curriculum.

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