Alessia Guggisberg: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2020

NameFrau Dr. Alessia Guggisberg
Professur f. Ökol. Pflanzengenetik
ETH Zürich, CHN G 23
Universitätstrasse 16
8092 Zürich
Telefon+41 44 632 74 10

061-0103-00LEcology and Plant Sciences Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Only for Landscape Architecture MSc.
Course languages are English and German.
2 KP3GT. Galí-Izard, N. Buchmann, C. Buser Moser, A. Gessler, N. Guettler, A. Guggisberg, F. Kienast, M. Lévesque, A. Rudow, B. Wehrli
KurzbeschreibungThis course introduces ecology and plant sciences. Through lectures, exercises and excursions, students will gain a broad vision of the cutting edge topics that are being researched and studied at the Department of Environmental Systems Science at ETH, Eawag, WSL and others. This will be the base for a future dialog between the field of landscape architecture and the field of sciences.
LernzielStudents acquire basic knowledge in ecology and plant sciences focusing in its application in the field of landscape architecture. Temporal and physical scale, research methods, units of measurement, lexicon, modes of representation and critical literature form the framework for the joint discourse. Students will develop a graphic language in order to integrate this knowledge into design.
InhaltThe fundamental course “Ecology and Plant Sciences” is an introduction to the field of living systems, starting with the history of ecology, followed by an introduction to general terrestrial ecology, plant systematics, taxonomy, evolutionary biology, and basic notions of landscape ecology. A more specific approach to Swiss ecologies will follow with a concentration on grassland systems, aquatic systems and forests. Finally, the course focus on the specifics tree structure and function, and plant physiology.
SkriptCourse material will be provided.
LiteraturThe course material includes a reading list.
Voraussetzungen / BesonderesThe fundamental course is organized with the Fundamental Studio I as a joint two-week module. The weekly schedule is provided with the course documents.

Module 4 "Ecology and plant systems", 5.10.-16.10.20

The course is held in English or German.