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CONS 449C Directed Studies in Natural Resources Conservation - DIR ST NTL RS CN
In special cases and with the approval of the instructor concerned, a student may carry out directed studies of specific problems in natural resources conservation.
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|Temp. Unavailable||CONS 449C 101||Directed Studies||1|
Please register in UFOR 100 (Greening the city : An Introduction to Urban Forestry)
|Unreleased||CONS 449C 103||Directed Studies||1|
See Program Director
|Temp. Unavailable||CONS 449C 202||Lecture||2||Tue Thu||14:00||15:30|
|CONS 449C 205||Lecture||2||Mon Wed||16:00||17:00|
This course is a Conservation Economics Course.
Here is the course theme: Members of a community have decided that they value a species, an ecosystem, waterway or grassland, or that their cultural or spiritual values are threatened by activities on a landscape. Ecologists have developed a model of the dynamics on this landscape and made recommendations. Now what?
Conservation Economics develops the understanding of human behavior, trade-offs and incentives in problems related to environmental conservation. Using a problem-based approach to learning, we will use these tools to explore how members of a community can engage with the government and other local stakeholders to develop policies that incorporate the trade-offs involved in protecting species, ecosystem and landscape values.
For the full syllabus please contact Forestry Student Services
|CONS 449C L05||Laboratory||2||Tue||15:00||17:00|
|Unreleased||CONS 449C 206||Lecture||2||Wed||14:00||16:00|