RBF1310 - Biology 1
RBF1320 - Biology 2
RBF2610 - Fundamentals of Ecology
|1.||Formulate a theoretical basis on which to base conservation and sustainability management decisions;|
|2.||Evaluate and implement ecological and genetic principles to the conservation and management of plant and animal species and populations, and ecosystems in an ethical and fact-based manner;|
|3.||Work individually and collectively to critically assess and formulate conservation management actions as they apply to in-situ and ex-situ conservation programs;|
|4.||Argue, debate and report in written and oral form, conservation programs and principles to a range of end-users groups; and|
|5.||Critically analyse a range of data types and published literature to support and justify sound decision-making processes in relation to conservation and sustainability.|
|Presentation||Community participation and presentation||20%|
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