UEA-305 Issues in Conservation
|Period P3c - University of East Anglia at Norwich, England||Year 2|
|UEA-305||Issues in Conservation||3 ECTS||Period P3c||UEA|
|Objectives:The aim is to give students an in-depth knowledge of current topics in conservation biology. Students will learn to critically examine hot issues in conservation biology, develop an in-depth understanding of a range of techniques and approaches employed in the study of conservation and understand, assess and report on scientific presentations given by high-profile scientists. Each week there is a 3 hour seminar. Some will be led by faculty, others by outside speakers who are experts in their fields, others will be student-led. At the end of the course students will attend the traditional 2 days seminar of talks on ecology and conservation |
Outcomes:To critically examine current issues in conservation biology. To develop an in-depth understanding of a range of approaches to the study and practice of conservation. To understand, assess and report on scientific presentations given by high-profile scientists.
|Elective||Taught in EN||Mixed|
|Evaluation||Workload : 60 hours|