Search result: Course units in Autumn Semester 2022

Science, Technology, and Policy Master Information
Minor in Natural Sciences and Engineering
Resources and Environment
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
103-0347-00LLandscape Planning and Environmental Systems Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2VA. Grêt-Regamey
651-4057-00LClimate History and PalaeoclimatologyW4 credits2GH. Stoll, I. Hernández Almeida, H. Zhang
701-1677-00LQuantitative Vegetation Dynamics: Models from Tree to GlobeW3 credits3GH. Lischke, U. Hiltner, B. Rohner
701-1346-00LCarbon Mitigation Restricted registration - show details
Number of participants limited to 100

Priority is given to the target groups: Bachelor and Master Environmental Sciences and PHD Environmental Sciences until 20.09.2022.
Waiting list will be deleted 30.09.2022.
W3 credits2GN. Gruber
103-0347-01LLandscape Planning and Environmental Systems (GIS Exercises) Restricted registration - show details W3 credits2UA. Grêt-Regamey, C. Brouillet, M. Galleguillos Torres, N. Klein
701-1253-00LAnalysis of Climate and Weather Data Information W3 credits2GC. Frei
701-1551-00LSustainability Assessment Restricted registration - show details
Does not take place this semester.
Number of participants is limited to 35.

Registration for the course is possible until 30.09.2022, Waiting list will be deleted at the same date..
W3 credits2GP. Krütli, D. Nef
701-1257-00LEuropean Climate ChangeW3 credits2GC. Schär, J. Rajczak, S. C. Scherrer
751-5201-10LTropical Cropping Systems, Soils and Livelihoods (with Excursion) Restricted registration - show details
IMPORTANT: Students who enroll for this course are strongly recommended to verify with lecturers from other courses whether their absence of two weeks may affect their performance in the respective courses.
W5 credits10GJ. Six, K. Benabderrazik
651-4037-00LMineral Resources I
Can be chosen as an elective course within the Bachelor. Prospective MSc-Students attending the module "Mineral Resources" should attend Mineral Resources I and II in the first year of their MSc studies.
W3 credits2GC. Chelle-Michou, L. Tavazzani
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