GGR405H1: Sustainable Systems for Natural Resources Management

Hours: 
24S

This seminar examines the scientific foundations of sustainable natural resource management. Will consider frameworks to assess management and production systems for renewable natural resource and energy development in relation to specific landscapes. Constraints and opportunities to achieving sustainability objectives in different systems will be examined through theoretical and case study evaluations drawn from research literatures.  Seminar and self-directed inquiry through individual and team projects. Field trip transportation cost: $100. 

Prerequisite: 

10.0 FCE's

Exclusion: 

GGR401H1 (2012-13)

Recommended Preparation: 

2.0 FCE's (science) in any of GGR/BIO/CHM/EEB/ESS/FOR

Distribution Requirements: 
Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Living Things and Their Environment (4)