IEP276 Ecological Restoration and Remediation
IEP 276: Ecological Restoration and Remediation will cover applied ecological restoration and remediation techniques common in the environmental planning and management fields. Restoration project planning and implementation will follow techniques developed by the International Society for Ecological Restoration (SER). Topics covered will include restoration research, project scoping and plan development, field data collection, plant propagation techniques, project implementation in the field, routine and intensive monitoring, and report preparation. Learners can expect to be in the field every day and working on data collection and synthesis during the evenings. This is an intensive 32-hour course offered in a one-week time block in the spring semester.
Successful completion of the common first year SEG courses or permission of the Chair of the School of Environment & Geomatics. Normally all first-year courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.