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3376

#### GEOG 761

: Special Topic2020 Semester Two (1205)

No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3377

#### GEOG 774

: Advanced Spatial Data Handling2024 Semester Two (1245)

Advanced approaches to spatial data handling (processing, management, visualisation, and analysis) in web-based environments, including theoretical debates and implications as well as applications for spatial data handling in integrated open-source and web-based mapping/GIS environments. There will be an applied laboratory component and lecture/seminar component where the broader social and theoretical implications of developments in spatial data handling will be engaged. No formal prerequisite, but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 318 will be assumed.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3378

#### GEOPHYS 310

: Physics of the Earth2020 Semester One (1203)

Covers the physics of the solid earth from the surface to the core. Specifically, the course explores the Earth’s gravitational field (including the rotation and figure of the earth), seismology, heat flow, the magnetic and electromagnetic field to unravel the properties, processes, and structure of the Earth’s interior.

Prerequisite: 15 points from EARTHSCI 103, 120, GEOLOGY 103, and 15 points from GEOPHYS 213, PHYSICS 213, and 15 points from ENGSCI 211, MATHS 253, 260, PHYSICS 211

Restriction: GEOPHYS 330

Restriction: GEOPHYS 330

Outline is not available yet

3379

#### GISCI 341

: Remote Sensing of Surface Processes2023 Semester Two (1235)

Key concepts of geographic information science as applied to earth and environmental sciences. Monitoring, analysis, visualisation and modelling of landscape change for terrestrial and coastal environments, using imagery from satellites, airplanes (LiDAR) and UAVs. Principles and practice of field techniques, including RTK-GPS, LiDAR and UAV piloting will be reviewed with application to catchment management, conservation, natural hazards and civil infrastructure.

Prerequisite: GISCI 241

Restriction: GEOG 317

Restriction: GEOG 317

Outline is not available yet

3380

#### GISCI 399

: Capstone: GIScience2023 Semester Two (1235)

Students will independently demonstrate domain knowledge through applying their skills as members of groups completing a community-based GIScience projects serving needs identified by community stakeholders. Groups will be assembled based on skillsets of individual students (e.g., programming, remote sensing, advanced vector analysis, etc.), and students will be assessed on their independent contributions to the group project.

Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Geographic Information Science

Outline is not available yet

3381

#### GISCI 399

: Capstone: GIScience2022 Semester One (1223)

Students will independently demonstrate domain knowledge through applying their skills as members of groups completing a community-based GIScience projects serving needs identified by community stakeholders. Groups will be assembled based on skillsets of individual students (e.g., programming, remote sensing, advanced vector analysis, etc.), and students will be assessed on their independent contributions to the group project.

Prerequisite: 30 points at Stage III in Geographic Information Science

Outline is not available yet

3382

#### MARINE 100G

: The Oceans Around Us2024 Semester One (1243)

A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans in terms of natural processes and human uses and values. It includes an understanding of the physical and biological processes in the ocean and how they are addressed through ocean management in New Zealand and internationally, allowing informed debate about the future of the ocean realm.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

3383

#### MARINE 100G

: The Oceans Around Us2023 Semester One (1233)

A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans in terms of natural processes and human uses and values. It includes an understanding of the physical and biological processes in the ocean and how they are addressed through ocean management in New Zealand and internationally, allowing informed debate about the future of the ocean realm.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

3384

#### MARINE 100G

: The Oceans Around Us2022 Semester One (1223)

A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the importance of our oceans in terms of natural processes and human uses and values. It includes an understanding of the physical and biological processes in the ocean and how they are addressed through ocean management in New Zealand and internationally, allowing informed debate about the future of the ocean realm.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

3385

#### MARINE 302

: Dynamics of Marine Systems2020 Semester Two (1205)

Fundamental processes in the marine environment with an emphasis on interdisciplinary linkages in the functioning of marine ecosystems. Topics include: the role of fluid dynamics in the lives of marine animals and in shaping the physical marine environment, and interdisciplinary studies of marine ecosystems. No formal prerequisite although an understanding of marine science to the level of MARINE 202 will be assumed.

Prerequisite: MARINE 202 or 30 points at Stage II in BSc courses

Outline is not available yet

3386

#### MARINE 304

: Directed Study in Marine Science2023 Semester Two (1235)

Independent study on a topic in marine science under the guidance of an individual academic with similar interests to the student, involving the learning of specialist research techniques in a chosen subfield of marine science and the production of a scientific report.

Restriction: MARINE 399

Outline is not available yet

3387

#### MATHS 120

: Algebra2024 Semester Two (1245)

A foundation for further mathematics courses, essential for students intending to major in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, or who want a strong mathematical component to their degree. Develops skills and knowledge in linear algebra, together with an introduction to mathematical language and reasoning, including complex numbers, induction and combinatorics. Recommended preparation: Merit or excellence in the Differentiation Standard 91578 at NCEA Level 3.
<i>Prerequisite: MATHS 208, or B- or higher in MATHS 108, or A- or higher in MATHS 110, or A+ in MATHS 102, or at least 18 credits in Mathematics at NCEA Level 3 including at least 9 credits at merit or excellence, or B in CIE A2 Mathematics, or 5 out of 7 in IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL)</i>

No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3388

#### MATHS 130

: Calculus2022 Semester Two (1225)

A foundation for further mathematics courses, essential for students intending to major in Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, or who want a strong mathematical component to their degree. Develops skills and knowledge in calculus of functions of a single variable. Recommended preparation: Merit or excellence in the Differentiation Standard 91578 at NCEA Level 3.
<i>Prerequisite: MATHS 208, or B- or higher in MATHS 108, or A- or higher in MATHS 110, or A+ in MATHS 102, or at least 18 credits in Mathematics at NCEA Level 3 including at least 9 credits at merit or excellence, or B in CIE A2 Mathematics, or 5 out of 7 in IB Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches (SL or HL)</i>

No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3389

#### MATHS 190G

: Great Ideas Shaping our World2023 Semester Two (1235)

Mathematics contains many powerful and beautiful ideas that have shaped the way we understand our world. This course explores some of the grand successes of mathematical thinking. No formal mathematics background is required, just curiosity about topics such as infinity, paradoxes, cryptography, knots and fractals.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

3390

#### MATHS 190G

: Great Ideas Shaping our World2022 Semester Two (1225)

Mathematics contains many powerful and beautiful ideas that have shaped the way we understand our world. This course explores some of the grand successes of mathematical thinking. No formal mathematics background is required, just curiosity about topics such as infinity, paradoxes, cryptography, knots and fractals.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

3391

#### MATHS 710

: Directed Study in Mathematics Education2021 Summer School (1210)

Prerequisite: MATHS 302 or significant teaching experience or department approval

Outline is not available yet

3392

#### MATHS 734

: Algebraic Geometry2021 Semester One (1213)

Algebraic geometry is a branch of mathematics studying zeros of polynomials. The fundamental objects in algebraic geometry are algebraic varieties i.e., solution sets of systems of polynomial equations.

Prerequisite: MATHS 332 and at least one of MATHS 320, 328

Restriction: MATHS 334

Restriction: MATHS 334

Outline is not available yet

3393

#### MATHS 776B

: Honours Research Project2023 Semester One (1233)

Restriction: MATHS 791
To complete this course students must enrol in MATHS 776 A and B, or MATHS 776

3394

#### MATHS 776B

: Honours Research Project2022 Semester Two (1225)

Restriction: MATHS 791
To complete this course students must enrol in MATHS 776 A and B, or MATHS 776

3395

#### MATHS 776B

: Honours Research Project2022 Semester One (1223)

Restriction: MATHS 791
To complete this course students must enrol in MATHS 776 A and B, or MATHS 776

3396

#### MATHS 776B

: Honours Research Project2021 Semester Two (1215)

3397

#### MATHS 776B

: Honours Research Project2021 Semester One (1213)

3398

#### MATHS 776B

: Honours Research Project2020 Semester Two (1205)

3399

#### PHYSICS 100

: Models and Reality2021 Semester Two (1215)

Explore the role of models in physical science and what they contribute to our understanding of the world, and the concepts of reductionism and emergence. Topics include particle physics, materials science, and climate; and the use of models that explain dynamics of populations and artificial systems, including epidemiology, flocking in birds and fish, and the spread of information in social networks.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

3400

#### PHYSICS 100G

: Models and Reality2021 Semester Two (1215)

Explore the role of models in physical science and what they contribute to our understanding of the world, and the concepts of reductionism and emergence. Topics include particle physics, materials science, and climate; and the use of models that explain dynamics of populations and artificial systems, including epidemiology, flocking in birds and fish, and the spread of information in social networks.

No pre-requisites or restrictions

Outline is not available yet

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