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|Student Contribution Band:||Band 2|
|Administered by:||College of Science and Engineering|
Available to students admitted to Postgraduate Science, Research Methods, Development Practice and Global Development courses.
Habitat degradation is one of the main drivers of species extinction facing much of the tropical world (and, indeed, other areas). Restoring habitat is one of the most important processes in ecology. The subject addresses the theoretical basis of restoration, practicalities of restoration application, ecological techniques for achieving restoration goals, and methods for monitoring ecological responses to restoration. This subject draws on contemporary examples from across a range of land use histories, degrading processes, and ecosystem types.
There are additional charges for this subject; please contact the School for details.
|Students enrolling in this subject should have basic knowledge in ecological theory, an understanding of botanical and zoological terminology and organisation, and skills in experimental design and analysis. Students should have completed equivalents for BS1007, BZ1005 and SC5202 or equivalents.|
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