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1576

GEOG 738

: Future Food and Biological Economies
2020 Semester One (1203)
Investigates contemporary understandings, issues and strategies relating to the development of biological economies and food networks in the context of the globalising food economy. Addresses transformations in agro-food complexes and questions of nature-society relationships to do with 'sustainable' and 'resilient' food production and consumption.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1577

GEOG 745

: Applied Fluvial Geomorphology
2024 Semester One (1243)
Catchment-scale perspectives are used to analyse spatial and temporal variability in river forms and processes. River responses to disturbance are placed in a longer-term evolutionary context. Prospective river futures are appraised using field analyses and numerical modelling applications. These principles and techniques are used to discuss management options. No formal prerequisite but final year undergraduate experience in a related field required.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1578

GEOG 745

: Applied Fluvial Geomorphology
2022 Semester One (1223)
Catchment-scale perspectives are used to analyse spatial and temporal variability in river forms and processes. River responses to disturbance are placed in a longer-term evolutionary context. Prospective river futures are appraised using field analyses and numerical modelling applications. These principles and techniques are used to discuss management options. No formal prerequisite but final year undergraduate experience in a related field required.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1579

GEOG 745

: Applied Fluvial Geomorphology
2020 Semester One (1203)
Catchment-scale perspectives are used to analyse spatial and temporal variability in river forms and processes. River responses to disturbance are placed in a longer-term evolutionary context. Prospective river futures are appraised using field analyses and numerical modelling applications. These principles and techniques are used to discuss management options. No formal prerequisite but final year undergraduate experience in a related field required.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1580

GEOG 746

: Applied Coastal Geomorphology
2024 Semester One (1243)
An advanced course on the process-form relationships that shape coastlines over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Coastal processes are examined with field experiments in which principles of experiment design and field deployment are demonstrated. Long-term evolutionary perspectives are examined using a range of field techniques. These short- and long-term approaches are then merged to address examples of applied coastal management problems. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 351 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1581

GEOG 746

: Applied Coastal Geomorphology
2023 Semester One (1233)
An advanced course on the process-form relationships that shape coastlines over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Coastal processes are examined with field experiments in which principles of experiment design and field deployment are demonstrated. Long-term evolutionary perspectives are examined using a range of field techniques. These short- and long-term approaches are then merged to address examples of applied coastal management problems. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 351 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1582

GEOG 746

: Applied Coastal Geomorphology
2022 Semester One (1223)
An advanced course on the process-form relationships that shape coastlines over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Coastal processes are examined with field experiments in which principles of experiment design and field deployment are demonstrated. Long-term evolutionary perspectives are examined using a range of field techniques. These short- and long-term approaches are then merged to address examples of applied coastal management problems. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 351 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1583

GEOG 746

: Applied Coastal Geomorphology
2021 Semester One (1213)
An advanced course on the process-form relationships that shape coastlines over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Coastal processes are examined with field experiments in which principles of experiment design and field deployment are demonstrated. Long-term evolutionary perspectives are examined using a range of field techniques. These short- and long-term approaches are then merged to address examples of applied coastal management problems. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 351 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1584

GEOG 746

: Applied Coastal Geomorphology
2020 Semester One (1203)
An advanced course on the process-form relationships that shape coastlines over a range of spatial and temporal scales. Coastal processes are examined with field experiments in which principles of experiment design and field deployment are demonstrated. Long-term evolutionary perspectives are examined using a range of field techniques. These short- and long-term approaches are then merged to address examples of applied coastal management problems. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 351 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1585

GEOG 748

: Current Issues in Coastal Management
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Critical consideration of contemporary issues in coastal management. Topics may include: competition for coastal space and resources; vulnerability of coastal communities to climatic variability; scientific uncertainty in the decision making process; understanding the legacies of past planning decisions. Case studies are used to explore complexities of the physical and social dimensions of coastal management approaches within the context of current regulatory frameworks.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1586

GEOG 749

: Applied Climate Science
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An examination of climate themes relevant to society. Themes will vary but may include hydrology and water resources, agriculture, human health, ocean-atmosphere interaction and energy in the climate system. The sensitivity of selected biophysical and human activity systems to climate will be explored and the actual and potential impacts of climatic variability and change (past and future) investigated.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1587

GEOG 749

: Climate and Society
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An examination of climate themes relevant to society. Themes will vary but may include hydrology and water resources, agriculture, human health, ocean-atmosphere interaction and energy in the climate system. The sensitivity of selected biophysical and human activity systems to climate will be explored and the actual and potential impacts of climatic variability and change (past and future) investigated.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1588

GEOG 750

: Environment and Landscape
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Environmental change in New Zealand since European settlement, including exploitation of natural resources, the creation of different cultural landscapes, and recognition of places as natural and cultural heritage. Different approaches to investigating and understanding recent environmental change are addressed. The course is suitable for physical and social science students, and will enable them to place the modern environment within a historical context. The course may include short guided walks and a one day or two half-day fieldtrips.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1589

GEOG 750

: Environment and Landscape
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Environmental change in New Zealand since European settlement, including exploitation of natural resources, the creation of different cultural landscapes, and recognition of places as natural and cultural heritage. Different approaches to investigating and understanding recent environmental change are addressed. The course is suitable for physical and social science students, and will enable them to place the modern environment within a historical context. The course may include short guided walks and a one day or two half-day fieldtrips.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1590

GEOG 750

: Environment and Landscape
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Environmental change in New Zealand since European settlement, including exploitation of natural resources, the creation of different cultural landscapes, and recognition of places as natural and cultural heritage. Different approaches to investigating and understanding recent environmental change are addressed. The course is suitable for physical and social science students, and will enable them to place the modern environment within a historical context. The course may include short guided walks and a one day or two half-day fieldtrips.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1591

GEOG 750

: Environment and Landscape
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Environmental change in New Zealand since European settlement, including exploitation of natural resources, the creation of different cultural landscapes, and recognition of places as natural and cultural heritage. Different approaches to investigating and understanding recent environmental change are addressed. The course is suitable for physical and social science students, and will enable them to place the modern environment within a historical context. The course may include short guided walks and a one day or two half-day fieldtrips.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1592

GEOG 761

: Special Topic: Monitoring Change from Space with Machine Learning
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Remotely sensed (satellite) data and machine learning techniques will be used to classify and analyse both commercial and environmental targets through time. Techniques will focus on both pixel classification and object detection and students will experience the latest in satellite imagery analysis with a focus on deriving actionable information.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1593

GEOG 761

: Special Topic: Monitoring Change from Space with Machine Learning
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Remotely sensed (satellite) data and machine learning techniques will be used to classify and analyse both commercial and environmental targets through time. Techniques will focus on both pixel classification and object detection and students will experience the latest in satellite imagery analysis with a focus on deriving actionable information.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1594

GEOG 771

: Spatial Analysis and Geocomputation
2024 Semester One (1243)
Approaches to and challenges in analysing spatial data. Specific techniques will include geographical regression, point pattern analysis, interpolation, and newer geocomputation and machine learning methods. Students will gain an advanced knowledge of spatial analysis. An understanding equivalent to GISCI 242 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1595

GEOG 771

: Spatial Analysis and Geocomputation
2023 Semester One (1233)
Approaches to and challenges in analysing spatial data. Specific techniques will include geographical regression, point pattern analysis, interpolation, and newer geocomputation and machine learning methods. Students will gain an advanced knowledge of spatial analysis. An understanding equivalent to GISCI 242 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1596

GEOG 771

: Spatial Analysis and Geocomputation
2022 Semester One (1223)
Approaches and challenges to analysing spatial data. Specific techniques will include spatial autocorrelation, geographical regression, point pattern analysis, interpolation, overlay analysis, and newer geocomputation methods. Students will gain an advanced knowledge of spatial analysis and be well-prepared for postgraduate research or professional practice. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 318 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1597

GEOG 771

: Spatial Analysis and Geocomputation
2021 Semester One (1213)
Approaches and challenges to analysing spatial data. Specific techniques will include spatial autocorrelation, geographical regression, point pattern analysis, interpolation, overlay analysis, and newer geocomputation methods. Students will gain an advanced knowledge of spatial analysis and be well-prepared for postgraduate research or professional practice. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 318 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1598

GEOG 771

: Spatial Analysis and Geocomputation
2020 Semester One (1203)
Approaches and challenges to analysing spatial data. Specific techniques will include spatial autocorrelation, geographical regression, point pattern analysis, interpolation, overlay analysis, and newer geocomputation methods. Students will gain an advanced knowledge of spatial analysis and be well-prepared for postgraduate research or professional practice. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 318 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1599

GEOG 772

: Advanced Raster Data Analysis
2020 Semester One (1203)
Concepts and theories underpinning digital analysis of raster data, including remotely sensed data, LiDAR data and digital elevation models. Sources, nature and accuracy of raster data, analysis and integration of raster data from diverse sources, and applications of raster data analysis in hydrology and environmental modelling. No formal prerequisite but an understanding equivalent to GEOG 317 or GISCI 341 will be assumed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1600

GEOG 774

: Advanced Spatial Data Handling
2021 Semester Two (1215)
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.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions