Field Course: ACE
Field Course: Environmental Conflict 2022-23
School Of Natural Sciences
Module - Semester 2
A one week course combining field practical sessions based in Bangor and field visits away from Bangor. The practical element illustrates the conflict between land use for economic production and conservation & biodiversity outcomes. Specifically the practical sessions will investigate the relationship between diffuse environmental pollution and biodiversity levels. The field visits provide further examples of conflict and also illustrate how conflict resolution has been tackled and how we can evaluate the relative success of different approaches.
-threshold -Grade D- to D+Demonstrates basic competence in data collection but with some errors in analysis, presentation and interpretation. Limited discussion of study findings. Able to provide examples of environmental conflict but no great depth about cause and resolution.
-good -Grade C- to B+Demonstrates competence in data collection, analysis and interpretation with some minor errors. Able to discuss research findings and identify limitations of methods used. Demonstrates good understanding of the causes and resolution of environmental conflict.
-excellent -Grade A- and aboveThorough and polished approach to data collection, analysis and interpretation. Excellent discussion of findings drawing on relevant literature. Demonstrates excellent insight into environmental conflict drawing on extensive examples and literature.
- Able to communicate the results of an investigation clearly and effectively.
- Able to estimate and analyse multivariate data.
- Able to take measurements and analyse environmental pollution.
- Understand how environmental conflict can be resolved.
- Understand the causes of environmental conflict.
Group presentation on academic paper
Practical report in the form of a scientific paper
Essay on environmental conflict and resolution