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901

ENVSCI 733

: Biodiversity Management and Conservation
2021 Semester One (1213)
Emphasis will be on current issues associated with the ecological aspects of biodiversity management and conservation in terrestrial habitats. Topics include: biodiversity and ecosystem services, management of species and ecosystems, issues in plant conservation, precaution and adaptation in conservation, pest control in mainland islands, carbon storage and biodiversity. The course will also address national and international mechanisms for the sustainable management of natural resources.
Subject: Environmental Science
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 394 or other Stage III course in Environmental Science, or equivalent
902

ENVSCI 733

: Biodiversity Management and Conservation
2020 Semester One (1203)
Emphasis will be on current issues associated with the ecological aspects of biodiversity management and conservation in terrestrial habitats. Topics include: biodiversity and ecosystem services, management of species and ecosystems, issues in plant conservation, precaution and adaptation in conservation, pest control in mainland islands, carbon storage and biodiversity. The course will also address national and international mechanisms for the sustainable management of natural resources.
Subject: Environmental Science
Prerequisite: BIOSCI 394 or other Stage III course in Environmental Science, or equivalent
903

ENVSCI 734

: Restoration and Landscape Ecology
2021 Semester Two (1215)
The integration of ecological principles and ecological services at the landscape level for both management and restoration. Topics include: the ecology of fragmented ecosystems such as demography, metapopulation issues, ecological genetics, biota-physical environment interactions, the consequences and techniques for restoration of damaged ecosystems and mitigation of the effects of development. Emphasis will be on sustainable solutions including biophysical, legal, social, cultural and economic considerations. No formal prerequisite but knowledge of ecology at Stage III level will be assumed.
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
904

ENVSCI 737

: Applied Terrestrial Ecology
2023 Semester One (1233)
The dynamics of change in terrestrial ecosystems with a focus on forest and wetland environments. Students will be introduced to methods for vegetation assessment and ecosystem ecology, including multivariate statistical methods. Students are required to participate in a residential field course. No formal prerequisite but a knowledge of ecology equivalent to Stage II, including associated quantitative analysis, is assumed.
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
905

ENVSCI 737

: Applied Terrestrial Ecology
2022 Semester One (1223)
The dynamics of change in terrestrial ecosystems with a focus on forest and wetland environments. Students will be introduced to methods for vegetation assessment and ecosystem ecology, including multivariate statistical methods. Students are required to participate in a residential field course. No formal prerequisite but a knowledge of ecology equivalent to Stage II, including associated quantitative analysis, is assumed
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
906

ENVSCI 737

: Applied Terrestrial Ecology
2021 Semester One (1213)
The dynamics of change in terrestrial ecosystems with a focus on forest and wetland environments. Students will be introduced to methods for vegetation assessment and ecosystem ecology, including multivariate statistical methods. Students are required to participate in a residential field course. No formal prerequisite but a knowledge of ecology equivalent to Stage II, including associated quantitative analysis, is assumed
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
907

ENVSCI 737

: Applied Terrestrial Ecology
2020 Semester One (1203)
The dynamics of change in terrestrial ecosystems with a focus on forest and wetland environments. The effects of factors such as climate change and fire in New Zealand's terrestrial ecosystems will be considered. Students will be introduced to modern methods for vegetation assessment and monitoring, including multivariate statistical methods. Students are required to participate in a residential field course as this is a major component of ENVSCI 737. No formal prerequisite but a knowledge of ecology equivalent to BIOSCI 394 or BIOSCI 396 and data analysis equivalent to GEOG 250 or BIOSCI 209 is assumed.
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
908

ENVSCI 738

: Water and Society
2023 Semester One (1233)
Probes experiments with radical urban change to examine the co-constitution of water and society in the pursuit of improved futures.
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
909

ENVSCI 738

: Water and Society
2022 Semester One (1223)
Probes experiments with radical urban change to examine the co-constitution of water and society in the pursuit of improved futures.
Subject: Environmental Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
910

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
911

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2023 Summer School (1230)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
912

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
913

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2022 Summer School (1220)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
914

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
915

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2021 Summer School (1210)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
916

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
917

EXERSCI 100G

: Exercise and Fitness: Myths and Reality
2020 Summer School (1200)
An introduction to the principles of physical exercise, with a focus on understanding how the body moves and responds to exercise, how performance can be measured, and how fitness can be developed and maintained to optimise health. Particular emphasis will be placed on the debunking of common myths about exercise, and offering evidence-based advice on the benefits of appropriate physical activity.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: BIOSCI 107, EXERSCI 101, 105, SPORTSCI 100G, 101, 105, MEDSCI 142
918

EXERSCI 101

: Foundations of Exercise and Sport Sciences
2023 Semester One (1233)
Introduction to the scientific principles and concepts underpinning the sub-disciplines of Exercise and Sport Sciences: Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Movement Neuroscience and Psychology. Content experts will provide a broad overview of the applications and career pathways of each sub-discipline using examples from research or industry. Academic literacy skills required in all sub-disciplines will be developed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 101
919

EXERSCI 101

: Foundations of Exercise and Sport Sciences
2022 Semester One (1223)
Introduction to the scientific principles and concepts underpinning the sub-disciplines of Exercise and Sport Sciences: Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Movement Neuroscience and Psychology. Content experts will provide a broad overview of the applications and career pathways of each sub-discipline using examples from research or industry. Academic literacy skills required in all sub-disciplines will be developed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 101
920

EXERSCI 101

: Foundations of Exercise and Sport Sciences
2021 Semester One (1213)
Introduces the essential scientific concepts and methods of the four sub disciplines of Exercise and Sport Sciences: Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Movement Neuroscience and Exercise and Sport Psychology. Development of academic literacy skills is encouraged. Examples from current research, professional organisations, progression and career pathways within each sub-discipline are discussed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 101
921

EXERSCI 101

: Foundations of Exercise and Sport Sciences
2020 Semester One (1203)
Introduces the essential scientific concepts and methods of the four sub disciplines of Exercise and Sport Sciences: Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Movement Neuroscience and Exercise and Sport Psychology. Development of academic literacy skills is encouraged. Examples from current research, professional organisations, progression and career pathways within each sub-discipline are discussed.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 101
922

EXERSCI 103

: Human Anatomy
2023 Semester One (1233)
The study of the gross anatomical organisation of the neural, muscular and skeletal systems, with particular reference to the neck, limbs, back and abdominal wall. Practical work includes gross anatomy laboratories and CD-ROM study.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 103
923

EXERSCI 103

: Human Anatomy
2022 Semester One (1223)
The study of the gross anatomical organisation of the neural, muscular and skeletal systems, with particular reference to the neck, limbs, back and abdominal wall. Practical work includes gross anatomy laboratories and CD-ROM study.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 103
924

EXERSCI 103

: Human Anatomy
2021 Semester One (1213)
The study of the gross anatomical organisation of the neural, muscular and skeletal systems, with particular reference to the neck, limbs, back and abdominal wall. Practical work includes gross anatomy laboratories and CD-ROM study.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 103
925

EXERSCI 103

: Human Anatomy
2020 Semester One (1203)
The study of the gross anatomical organisation of the neural, muscular and skeletal systems, with particular reference to the neck, limbs, back and abdominal wall. Practical work includes gross anatomy laboratories and CD-ROM study.
Subject: Exercise Sciences
Restriction: SPORTSCI 103