Restoration Ecology:theories and Applications National Taiwan University
Therefore, this course will start with the introduction of the concept of rehabilitative ecology and cooperate with a comprehensive discussion on the ecological theories at different levels from community, ethnic group, ecosystem and topographical ecology, and their applicability in practicing ecological remediation. This course will take a series of lectures to explore examples of countries in the world to help students understand the practice of ecological restoration from the planning design, implementation and management stages to identify the threats and limitations and to understand the success or failure of the rehabilitation s reason.
At the end of this course students should be able to:
Understand the science of restoration ecology and the practical skills of ecological restoration;
Develop ability to integrate ecological theories and information across levels of ecological organization and across tmeporal and spatial scales when planning and implementing ecological restoration as well as managing and analyzing restored systems;
Convince other people that ecological restoration is a worthwhile activity and that it is essential tool for mitigating human-induced threats to ecosystems and achieving sustainable environments.
Online Course Requirement
Rita S. W. Yam
Department of Bioenvironmental Systems Engineering,
Graduate Institute of Bioenviromental Systems Engineering,
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Email address: http://www.bse.ntu.edu.tw/english/super_pages.php?ID=english