|NRM N5110||Land Use Systems and the Environment|
|Credit Points||5 ECTS|
|Module Coordination||Prof. Sabine Schlüter|
|Lecturers||Prof. Sabine Schlüter, Dr. Claudia Raedig|
|Workload (h)||45 Attendance||105 Self-Study|
|Intended Learning Outcome|
Land-use systems and there adaptation within a human-ecological environmentLand-use systems, farming systems, production systems
Interaction (Dependencies, impacts) of major land-use system of agriculture and husbandry with natural resources, with other economic sectors, and with supportive supply and social infrastructure.
Agricultural production systems and their systematic
|Teaching Method||Lectures, Excursions, Group work / Students‘ Presentations, Self-study|
|Assesment Method||Oral Examination 100%|
Doppler, W. Rural and farming systems analysis environmental perspectives, Markgraf 2000.Doppler, W. and J. Calatrava (Eds.). Technical and social systems approaches for sustainable rural development. Weikersheim: Markgraf 2000, esp. pp. 3-21: W. Doppler. Farming and rural systems – State of the art in research and development, http://ifsa.boku.ac.at/cms/fileadmin/Books/2000_Doppler_FSR.pdf
Ruthenberg, Hans: Farming Systems in the Tropics, Clarendon Press Oxford, 1971.
Further up-to-date course related materials will be provided prior to lectures
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