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REN R496 - Conservation Planning

Conservation Planning is a quantitative, inter-disciplinary applied science that prioritizes conservation actions in a spatially-explicit manner. It seeks to understand trade-offs between biological, social and economic factors associated with land use activities. The course is a combination of computing labs that demonstrate key principles and software, lectures to discuss key issues, and a student-led final project to apply key concepts and quantitative techniques. Special emphasis is given to Alberta's land use planning challenges, although North American examples and exercises are also used. Prerequisites: Consent of instructor, or (REN R 364 or ENCS 364) and (REN R 201 or EAS 221) and (STATS 141 or SCI 151) and *81 university level credits.

Winter Term 2020

Lecture Sections

Winter Term 2020 - LEC X50 (80534)

T 17:00:00 - 17:55:00 (ECHA L1 250)
Instructor: scottn@ualberta.ca

Lab Sections

Winter Term 2020 - LAB X51 (80536)

T 18:00:00 - 20:00:00 (ECHA L1 250)
Instructor: scottn@ualberta.ca
Winter Term 2019

Lecture Sections

Winter Term 2019 - LEC X50 (80570)

T 17:00:00 - 17:55:00 (ECHA L1 250)
Instructor: friva@ualberta.ca

Lab Sections

Winter Term 2019 - LAB X51 (80572)

T 18:00:00 - 20:00:00 (ECHA L1 250)
Instructor: friva@ualberta.ca
Instructor: jbuss@ualberta.ca

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