RBF1310 - Biology 1
RBF1320 - Biology 2
|1.||Formulate and elucidate traditional (historical) and contemporary ecological principles to environmental rehabilitation practices with creativity and responsibility, contributing to local and global communities;|
|2.||Create a feasibility plan for the reintroduction of specific species to restore ecological habitats;|
|3.||Articulate in oral and written form to professionals and peers on approaches to rehabilitation based on complex ecological principles;|
|4.||Justify the selected traditional and contemporary methods of assessment and management of restoring ecological communities, selected species and habitats, exercising professional judgement; and|
|5.||Evaluate, argue and implement the principles of Restoration and Reconciliation Ecology to contemporary, environmental assessment issues and propose creative and sound solutions.|
|Presentation||Presentation (2) a - Videos (20%) b - Oral Presentation (10%)||30%|
|Report||Reports (2) 1 - Historical Ecology Report (35%) 2 - Feasibility Report (20%)||55%|
|Practicum||Field Skills Practicum||15%|
Inheritors of the Earth: how nature is thriving in an age of extinction
Thomas, C. D., (2017)
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