1. To provide both basic and advanced information on the issues of animal biodiversity at multiple spatial and taxonomic levels. 2. To provide knowledge on the present-days approaches for the and conservation of animal biodiversity. 3. To provide the competence of assessing environmental impacts on animal biodiversity, and planning practical management actions.
Expected learning outcomes
The students will be able to use the obtained competences to plan and implemented practical actions for the management of animal biodiversity.
Lesson period: First semester
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