Landscape ecology is primarily interested in how spatial heterogeneity affects ecological processes and forestry has immense potential to alter landscapes and biodiversity conservation. Therefore, applying landscape ecological concepts, the course aims at encouraging students to expand the scale at which solutions for forest landscape management are sought.
By the end of this course, students will acquire: (1) a knowledge of the fundamentals of landscape ecology, (2) a familiarity with the relationship between landscape ecology and forest management, and (3) an overview of tools and techniques for spatial description, analysis, and synthesis.
Categoria: ALTRI ANNI ACCADEMICI / A.A. 2012-13_TESAF
- Docente: Sitzia Tommaso