The Environmental Science degree aims to provide students with both basic and advanced training in the field of Environmental Science, while the Multidisciplinary Science degree is designed for future secondary science teachers.
Offerings and Dates This is an intensive course offered on an annual basis. The course will be delivered from September To work effectively as a professional in environmental science and environmental management you need to apply a range of knowledge and skills in a practical context.
This course provides hands-on opportunities for you to apply your theoretical understanding to critical observation and measurement of biodiversity, biogeography, landscape ecology, soil-vegetation processes and sustainable land management.
You will develop skills in describing soils and landforms, measuring vegetation patterns, identifying habitat features and detecting faunal associations. You will learn to appreciate how soils, landforms, vegetation and fauna should be considered holistically in research and decision-making.
The course is based at the ANU Kioloa coastal campus for four nights during the second week of the mid-semester break, as well as day long field trips from the ANU Canberra campus during the first week. You will be contributing to long-term field research informing management decisions across a range of biomes farmland, forests, coastal and intertidal.
The field work is complemented by pre-field trip workshops. This course develops a diversity of field skills for graduates seeking careers in all fields of natural resource management. Wildlife, Vegetation and Landscape Ecology. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the knowledge and skills to: Collect a diversity of data that describe the biophysical attributes and processes of ecosystems.
Recognise and understand strengths and weaknesses of a range of field sampling techniques and survey designs. Demonstrate a capacity to choose appropriate data collection methodology, design appropriate sampling strategies and communicate findings about ecosystem patterns, processes and resource management impacts.
While the use of Turnitin is not mandatory, the ANU highly recommends Turnitin is used by both teaching staff and students. Workload A total of hours, including: Plus up to 54 hours of self-study.
You are not able to enrol in this course if you have completed ENVSStewards is a field-trip based program offered during the summer only.
Stewards spend the day immersed in nature, learning about ecosystems and how to become caretakers of the natural environment, or visiting other regional environmental institutions to expand their knowledge. There is/was a problem with your internet connection.
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The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Environmental Science aims to provide students in the program with both basic and advanced training in the field of Environmental Science. The Aquaculture, Environmental and Marine Science Career Academy offers high school students real world learning opportunities and experiences in the environmental and marine related science field.
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