Job Descriptions and NeedsEdit
- Skills desired in members of an interdisciplinary forest planning team, as stated in 
- "In addition to technical knowledge in one or more resource specialties, members should possess other attributes which enhance the interdisciplinary process. As a minimum, these attributes should include--
- An ability to solve complex problems;
- Skills in communication and group interaction;
- Basic understanding of land and natural resource planning concepts, processes, and analysis techniques; and
- The ability to conceptualize planning problems and feasible solutions."
- Water and Sanitation Infrastructure Planning in Developing Countries, MIT, Urban Studies and Planning, Course 11-479, Spring 2005.
- Professional Certificate Program in Watershed Management, Michigan State University
- Four semester courses, via distance learning, for academic credit or certificate. Plans for watershed protection.
- Maass-White Library of Water Resources Planning, at U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources
- Development of a Curriculum for a Masters Degree Program in Water Resources Planning, A Discussion Paper Prepared for The AWRA/UCOWR 2001 Conference, Snowbird, UT, June 28, 2001. Prepared by a UCOWR Academic Advisory Committee established by the Army Corps of Engineers: Duane Baumann, Geography, SIU; Darrell Fontane, Engineering/Planning, CSU; Steve Gloss, Ecology/Biology, Univ. of Wyoming; Ray Huffaker, Law/Economics, WSU; Ari Michelsen, Economics, TAM; Leonard Shabman, Economics, VTU; And representatives from the Corps of Engineers: Larry Donovan, Mark Dunning, Russ Rangos. June 14, 2001 (Modified March 2002)
- Desired skills for members of interdisciplinary forest planning team: from 36CFR219.5 planning directions for U.S. Forest Service