NATF260 Multi-Disciplinary Impact Assessment
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Course responsible: Per Kristian Kåreson Lobenz Rørstad
Teachers: Ole Hofstad, Jonathan Edward Colman, Jonathan Edward Colman
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management
Teaching language: NO
Limits of class size:
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in the January block. This course has teaching/evaluation in January block and evaluation in the Spring parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2009-2010
B-ØN, B-FORNY, B-SF
1. Overview of various types of impact assessments (IA) 2. Overview and introduction of how various disciplines can contribute in regards to multi-disciplinary IA 3. Main components in multi-disciplinary IA 4. How to make sure that interest groups are being heard. Conflict resolution and public participation. 5. Implementing one multi-disciplinary IA case-study (in groups of 3-4 students) 6. Presenting and defending the case-study
Knowledge: Increased knowledge about interdisiplinary impact assessment.
Skills: 1. Understand what impact analysis (IA) is and know the strong and weak points of such analyses 2. Be able to plan and carry out a multi-disciplinary IA, and present the results. 3. Be able to evaluate the quality of IA in projects dealing with nature environmental issues.
Generell competance: Be able to analyse interdisiplinary issues in a lager context.
Lectures, teamwork, term paper and seminars.
Lecture notes and other relevant information will be put on Canvas.
The reading list will be avaiable in Canvas. Main reading is Statens vegvesen (2014): Konsekvensanalyser, Håndbok V712.
Basic knowledge within biology, ecology, nature- and forest management, economics, law and spatial planning
The exam consists of two parts. A written (3 hours) exam in January (counts 50 %) and a term paper (paper + presentation, counts 50 %). Both must be passed to pass the course.
50 hours lectures etc. 250 hours of self-studies (reading, writing of term paper and preparation for own presentation).
Minimum requirements for entrance to higher education in Norway (generell studiekompetanse)
Type of course:
Lectures, teamwork and presentation of termpapers 50 hours.
An external examiner evaluates all term papers and a random selection of exams.
Allowed examination aids: A1 No calculator, no other aids
Examination details: Continuous exam: A - E / Ikke bestått