SKOG300 Forest Planning
Showing course contents for the educational year 2019 - 2020 .
Course responsible: Tron Haakon Eid
Teachers: Per Kristian Kåreson Lobenz Rørstad, Terje Gobakken
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 Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: Study year 2008-2009
1. Planning and decision theory 2. Resource economics 3. Development and application of models for planning and decision support 4. Decision oriented resource inventory and the value of information 5. Strategic planning for forest properties 6. Forest sector models and national planning 7. International forestry.
The student should have knowledge related to interdisciplinary issues and planning processes related to the management of forests at various levels.
This implies the capability to analyse and synthesize knowledge from different aspects such as resource inventory, sivilculture, production, economics, and nature conservation and recreation. The student shall acquire some knowledge in planning theory and resource economics as well as some topics in international forestry.
The student will be trained in oral and written communication on interdisciplinary problems and research results.
Lectures, exercises, seminars, tests.
An overview is available in Canvas.
MATH100, SKOG100, SKOG205, SKOG230, SKOG250
SKOG205, SKOG210, SKOG220, SKOG240, LAD102
Exercises, seminars and tests. Seminar participation, presentation and tests must be approved to pass the course.
Final written exam that last 3 hours counts 50%. Two term papers count 40%. Mid-term test counts 10%. All parts must be passed to pass totally in course.
Structured teaching 70 hrs. 230 hrs own work in the form of reading, preparations for exercises and seminars and handins.
Special requirements in Science
Reduction of credits:
2 credits against SKOG310
Type of course:
36 hours lectures, 18 hours exercise, 18 hours seminar
An external examiner evaluates all exam papers. Written materials from exercises and seminar activities will be evaluated by professor in charge.
Allowed examination aids: A1 No calculator, no other aids
Examination details: Continuous exam: A - E / F