CEME 7007 - Integrated Environment Planning and Impact Assessment

North Terrace Campus - Semester 2 - 2022

The growing local and global reach of the impacts of human development on the natural environment necessitate the use of an integrated systems approach towards understanding, modelling and decision making in human-environmental systems. The interconnectedness of these systems means that traditional modelling paradigms need to be expanded to account for the array of key socio-techno-ecological processes. For environmental engineers working at the interface between human development and the natural environment, spatial, dynamic and integrated assessment modelling techniques, coupled with scenario-based strategies to deal with deep uncertainty, are becoming increasingly important approaches. This course will focus on a systems approach to conceptualising human-environmental systems? problems, and adopt spatio-dynamic modelling and deep uncertainty framing tools and for the purpose of planning and decision-making

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