Im Wechsel mit den PC-Pools 1'230 und 1'231
The overarching goal of this class is to develop a sound understanding of the role of land use in the Earth system as a driver and outcome of global change, as well as the close linkages between land use and current key sustainability challenges. During the course of the class, students will get familiar with the theoretical foundation of land systems, and a number of tools to analyze them and their dynamics in an integrated approach. Weekly readings and subsequent discussions form the basis of the sessions, which are held in different formats, including expert puzzles, panel debates, etc. Weekly online quizes will help the students to recapitulate each session, and monitor their learning progress.
Literature will be announced and provided during the course of the semester
Due to the situation in the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, the currently status of the class is "taught online" (e.g., via zoom). Yet, the teachers continue monitoring the situation and, if possible, will adapt the teaching format in order to enable at least partial classroom interaction. Please remain alert and follow the news in AGNES or in the class' moodle course.
MAP (Modulabschlußprüfung): Exam
Die Veranstaltung wurde 1 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis WiSe 2020/21 gefunden: