Courses & Units

Topics In Marine Environmental Studies JFA539

Introduction

This unit is a discussion-based group forum that explores current issues and discusses, debates and critiques these within the context of marine environmental studies. The issues range across policy and management, ecology, economics, law, technology, aquaculture, conservation, global change and fisheries. Students explore ideas together, learning how to identify the key concepts that underlie the issue and how tounpick these concepts to develop valid and tractable answers to problems.

Summary

Unit name Topics In Marine Environmental Studies
Unit code JFA539
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Sciences and Engineering
Institute for Marine & Antarctic Studies
Discipline Ecology and Biodiversity
Coordinator

Dr Chris Burke

Teaching staff

Dr Chris Burke and others

Level Postgraduate
Available as student elective? Yes
Breadth Unit? No

Availability

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Domestic

Band Field of Education
2 010907

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Teaching

Teaching Pattern

Weekly for 13 weeks, 3h tutorials

Assessment

Coursework: 100% (topic preparation 40%, discussion contributions 40%, seminar 10%, posters 10%) Examination: 0%

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Textbooks

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