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This course will provide a background to current coastal zone management issues, and an opportunity to explore how scientific data can be used to support management at the University’s Lighthouse Field Station at Cromarty. Key case studies will involve an exploration of the management and research requirements for Special Areas of Conservations; marine protected areas that have been established under the European Habitats Directive to protect bottlenose dolphins, harbour seals and salmon.
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Lectures, field trips and problem solving sessions, as well as opportunities to meet representatives of management bodies to discuss how this information is used in practice.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
There are no assessments for this course.