|Student Contribution Band:||Band 2|
|Administered by:||College of Science and Engineering|
This subject will focus on developing student appreciation and understanding for one of the most important processes involved in ecology: the restoration of degraded landscapes. Habitat loss is one of the main drivers of species extinction facing much of the tropical world (and, indeed, other areas). Alleviating the potential impact of habitat loss requires restoring previously degraded natural systems and re-instating ecological processes. This subject will introduce students to this problem and focus on its solution. The subject will address the theoretical basis of restoration, its practical application and the ecological techniques (and evidence) for how wildlife populations (both plant and animal) change in response to restoration efforts.
There are additional charges for this subject; please contact the School for details.
|Students enrolling in this subject should have a good understanding of level 1 biology or environmental science, including at least one BZ or EV subject.|
|Prerequisites:||3 CREDIT POINTS OF BZ OR EV LEVEL 1 SUBJECTS|
|Cairns, Study Period 1, Internal|
|Census Date 28-Mar-2019|
|Coord/Lect:||Assoc. Professor Lori Lach.|
The student workload for this 3 credit point subject is approximately 130 hours.
|Assessment:||presentations (25%); assignments (45%); centrally-administered final exam (30%).|
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