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Professor
MICHELA MARIGNANI (Tit.)
Period
Second Semester 
Teaching style
Convenzionale 
Lingua Insegnamento
 



Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[60/77]  PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND THE ENVIRONMENT [77/00 - Ord. 2018]  PERCORSO COMUNE 5 40

Objectives

Educational objectives of teaching
At the end of the course the students will have to possess the cultural bases necessary to evaluate the environmental component, useful for the management and conservation of the landscape and for the Environmental Impact Assessment procedures (EIA) and the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and environmental planning .
Expected knowledge, skills and behavior with reference to learning objectives
Knowledge (knowledge): knowing the right tools to acquire professionalism in the field of planning, design, management and conservation of the territory.
Ability / Capacity (know-how): Knowing how to manage the various phases of the VIA / VAS processes and propose appropriate methods and techniques to deal with the evaluation, design and planning of the plant component in different environmental contexts and at different scales;
Behaviors (knowing how to be): Knowing the tools necessary to be able to tackle the issues of environmental planning, using the most appropriate theories and tools, also knowing how to work with the advice of other professionals.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of the basic notions of: ecology, systematic botany, environmental and applied botany and elements of GIS according to the programs foreseen during the three-year degree course. Knowledge of English at a level that allows you to study from texts in English (B1 / B2).

Contents

Program
Landscape ecology: the classical pattern approach (patches, corridors, matrices) and alternative landscape models. Characteristics of components and environmental factors, criteria and methods for their analysis and for the prediction of their evolution. Analysis of ecosystem services. Connectivity and fragmentation. Ecological networks. Mitigation and compensation measures. Environmental compatibility criteria. Attribution of weights to expected impacts. Final environmental balance.
Cultural bases and regulations of the Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Assessment and its application.

Teaching Methods

Lectures 24 hours. Laboratory / Field 36 hours. Lessons with use of slide and overhead projector. Interactive lesson with the use of educational material in the classroom and case study analysis. Field activities and laboratory work at individual and group level.
As reported in the General Manifesto of Studies for A.A. 2021/2022 (page 12). The teaching will be provided
mainly in presence, integrated and "augmented" with online strategies, in order to guarantee its
fruition in an innovative and inclusive way

Verification of learning

The students must demonstrate that they have attained the learning outcomes defined in the section objectives. The questions will focus on three main topics of the course: cultural bases, regulations and methods for Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Assessment, urban and landscape planning; the role of the naturalist in Environmental Assessment and in the description and interpretation of a case study. The final exam is oral with the presentation of a paper and a final mark. The score of the final examination is attributed with a vote expressed in thirtieths: active student participation will be evaluated during lectures, tutorials and field trips. To pass the exam, and achieve a vote of at least 18/30, students must demonstrate that they have achieved a sufficient preparation compared to the expected learning outcomes as defined in the section objectives. To achieve a score of 30/30 marks, the student must demonstrate that he has acquired an excellent preparation compared to learning outcomes above and ability to relate the knowledge acquired during the course.

Texts

Direttive: 85/337/CEE, 97/11 CEE; D.Lgs. 152/2006 (testo coordinato)
Direttiva 2001/42/CE
Attuazione della Direttiva 2001/42/CE concernente la valutazione dellimpatto di determinati piani e programmi sullambiente (disponibile su Internet allindirizzo
http://ec.europa.eu/environment/archives/eia/pdf/030923_sea_guidance_it.pdf).
Delibera della Giunta Regionale (DGR) della RAS n. 34/33 del 23 Aprile 2008 recante Direttive per lo svolgimento delle procedure di valutazione ambientale e relativi allegati, documenti disponibili su Internet allindirizzo
http://www.regione.sardegna.it/j/v/66?v=9&c=27&c1=&n=10&s=1&mese=201208&p=3.
Linee Guida per la Valutazione ambientale strategica dei Piani urbanistici comunali (DGR 44/51 del 14 Dicembre 2010, disponibile su Internet allindirizzo http://www.sardegnaambiente.it/documenti/18_269_20110203150553.pdf).

The teacher will also provide scientific articles and booklets on specific themes, mainly in English.

More Information

Instruments used for the lecture:
computer, overhead projector, slide projector.
Instruments used during the didactics in the lab: computer, thematic digital maps.
Instruments for self-learning: texts of the lessons; handouts; scientific articles; internet sites.

Questionnaire and social

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