|COURSE NUMBER:||ENVS 410|
|COURSE TITLE:||Natural Resource Management|
|NAME OF INSTRUCTOR:||Dr. Joanne Moyer|
|CREDIT WEIGHT AND WEEKLY TIME DISTRIBUTION:||credits 3(hrs lect 3 - hrs sem 0 - hrs lab 0)|
course examines various ways in which humans manage their use of
ecological systems and the resources found within them. We will explore
contemporary concepts, methods, and approaches to management, and
investigate how they are applied in resource-based activities such as
fisheries, agriculture, forestry, energy, mining, wildlife and parks.
We will also examine conflict and uncertainty in resource management
and cross-cutting issues such as Indigenous perspectives, and
sustainability governance. Canadian case studies are emphasized.
This course is considered a Canadian Studies course for purposes of admission to King's B.Ed. (AD).
Prerequisites: ENVS 200 and 300
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|COURSE OBJECTIVES:||This course examines various ways in which humans plan for and/or manage the resources found in God’s creation. The focus is on contemporary concepts and methods used to conserve, develop and manage environmental resources. We will investigate how these are applied to decision making in resource-based activities such as fisheries, agriculture, forestry, wildlife and parks. We will also examine conflict and uncertainty in resource management and cross-cutting issues such as resource rights, gender and sustainability governance. Case studies and field trips are emphasized.|
Required texts, assignments, and grade distributions may vary
from one offering of this course to the next. Please consult
the course instructor for up to date details.
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