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|ORTM 305 - Protected Area Planning and Management|
This course examines historical, social, cultural, and ecological considerations in the establishment, planning and management of protected areas. The focus of the course is generally on Canadian parks, though international examples are also included. Emphasis is placed on the historic and contemporary cultural roles of protected areas, understanding park legislation and policies, natural resource management issues, and current issues and trends facing contemporary protected areas.
Schedule Types: Lecture, Self-Directed, Final Exam, Audio/Video