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Natural Resource Management

188.263 Introduction to Environmental Management15 credits
This course introduces concepts of the environment, environmental science and environmental management. It takes an integrated approach to scientific and management issues associated with natural resource use and environmental quality (locally, nationally, globally). It introduces ideas of sustainability and the role of environmental policy and environmental economics. It examines some of the pressures the environment faces and the major problems that result and introduces landscapes as important management units for addressing environmental problems.
188.363 Applied Environmental Management15 credits
This course introduces key environmental management tools and techniques and how they can be applied. The course also examines some of the challenges that face environmental management and the best ways to address these with a particular focus on linking science, policy and practice for more effective environmental management.
188.705 Natural Resource Policy15 credits
This course examines the key issues and practice of natural resources policy. The roles and responsibilities of policy agencies in relation to current issues in natural resources policy research, development, implementation and monitoring are considered. Alternative policy approaches to achieving natural resource management outcomes are examined through selected case studies.
188.707 Introduction to Advanced Environmental Management I15 credits
Introduction to theoretical and applied ecological economics and develop some understanding of ecosystem management as well as ecosystem service valuation. Analytical approaches and tools for environmental management, including atmospheric, terrestrial, aquatic and urban indicators of environmental quality; and integrated environmental impact assessments are studied.
188.708 Introduction to Advanced Environmental Management II15 credits
Introduction to environmental issues that affect New Zealand, particularly at the present time. Topics include deforestation, soil erosion, pollution of air, land and water with industrial and agricultural pollutants, and conservation. Patterns and distribution of land use types, systems and methodologies for measuring, recording, organizing and managing information about land use, and soil management within land use are studied.
188.751 Advanced Zero Waste for Sustainability30 credits
An in-depth exploration of the life cycle and environmental issues of solid material resources upon which all economic production depends. Zero Waste is examined as a resource management paradigm shift in philosophy, policy, technology and practices focused on sustainable development.
188.764 Advanced Environmental Management I15 credits
The course is made up of three parts. It develops project and programme management skills, strengthens students' knowledge of natural resources at an advanced level, and combines these two to produce integrative skills in Environmental Management.
188.765 Advanced Environmental Management II15 credits
The course is made up of three parts. It develops project and programme management skills, strengthens students' knowledge of natural resources at an advanced level, and combines these two to produce integrative skills in Environmental Management.
188.863 Environmental Research and Data Analysis60 credits
Students will review the theoretical foundation and recent advances in selected environmental management themes in different countries; apply research methods and selected statistical techniques to analyse and evaluate environment management projects; write a self-directed research report.
188.885 Thesis 90 Credit Part 145 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.
188.886 Thesis 90 Credit Part 245 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.
188.888 Thesis90 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.
188.889 Thesis120 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.
188.897 Thesis 120 Credit Part 160 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.
188.898 Thesis 120 Credit Part 260 credits
A supervised and guided independent study resulting in a published work.
188.900 PhD Natural Resource Management120 credits

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