REN R 496 - Conservation Planning

★ 3 (fi 6)(SECOND, 1-0-3)

Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sciences

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 2022

Lectures

LECTURE X50 (67204)
Capacity: 52
2022-01-05 - 2022-04-08
T 17:00 - 17:50 (ETLC E5-013)

Primary Instructor: Scott Nielsen

Labs

LAB X51 (67206)
Capacity: 52
2022-01-05 - 2022-04-08
T 18:00 - 20:00 (ETLC E5-013)

Primary Instructor: Scott Nielsen

Winter Term 2023

Lectures

LECTURE X50 (42369)
Capacity: 52
2023-01-05 - 2023-04-12
T 17:00 - 17:50 (TBD)

Labs

LAB X51 (42370)
Capacity: 52
2023-01-05 - 2023-04-12
T 18:00 - 20:00 (TBD)