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Landscape Planning - lecture (Vorlesung)

Vortragende/r (Mitwirkende/r)
  • Isabel Augenstein
Nummer920617611
ArtVorlesung
Umfang2 SWS
SemesterSommersemester 2020
UnterrichtsspracheEnglisch
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Anmerkung: The lecture forms a module together with the course 'Landscape Planning - seminar'. It is compulsory to take the entire module. The module is primarily addressed to students of the Msc. Programme "Sustainable Resource Management", Elective Field 'Landscape Management'.

Lernziele

Upon completion of the module, students are able to: recognize the purpose and objectives of Landscape Planning; explain instruments and procedural elements of contemporary Landscape Planning; select appropriate methods and tools to assess natural assets and landscape functions; be aware of the role of Landscape Planning in the decision-making upon the use of land; retrieve and interpret information from different sources; communicate key concepts relevant for environmental planning (both written and oral).

Beschreibung

Concerned with the stewardship and enhancement of environmental systems, Landscape Planning is the key planning instrument for nature conservation and landscape management in Germany. The module introduces Landscape Planning and reflects on its potential contribution to sustainable land use with a focus on non-urban areas. The Lecture will address the guiding principles, formal instruments and procedural elements of Landscape Planning; present methodological approaches for the assessment of natural assets and landscape functions including methods and tools for data collection, analysis and evaluation; illustrate target formulation and implementation strategies with examples from the planning practice.

Inhaltliche Voraussetzungen

Basic understanding of environmental systems.

Lehr- und Lernmethoden

Lectures provide subject specific knowledge; class discussions of selected readings engage students in critical thinking; in group work activities students experience the application of selected methods and tools.

Studien-, Prüfungsleistung

The attainment of learning outcomes for the module will be assessed in a piece of research paper in which students work independently on complex issues of contemporary landscape planning demonstrating their breadth of understanding in drawing out implications of their findings and putting them into a broader context. The written assignment is complemented by a presentation and/or a colloquium for the purpose of assessing the capacity of the students to communicate their findings orally to an audience. Depending on the number of participants, research paper and accompanying talk may be prepared either individually or in groups.

Empfohlene Literatur

Haaren, C. v., Lovett, A. & C. Albert (2019): Landscape Planning with Ecosystem Services – Theories and Methods for Application in Europe. Springer. Dordrecht: 506 pp [eBook access via TUM library, DOI 10.1007/978-94-024-1681-7]. Zusätzliche Literatur wird im Kurs bereitgestellt.

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