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SCM2202 Applied Aquatic Processes
Credit Points: 15
SCI1185 Ecology
SCC1123 Chemistry for the Life Sciences
This unit examines the natural processes occurring in inland and coastal aquatic environments and the significance of these processes for managing these systems. In particular, the unit explores both the effects of these processes on aquatic ecosystems and how they may enhance or reduce the impact of human activities in aquatic systems.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G86Bachelor of Science (Environmental Forensics)
G85Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management)
G87Bachelor of Science (Marine and Freshwater Biology)
MACLMACatchment and Land Management Major
MACBIOConservation Biology Major
MACBIOConservation Biology Major
MAENCHEnvironmental and Biological Chemistry Major
MAECHMEnvironmental Chemistry Major
MAAACDEnvironmental Engineering Major
MAEFOREnvironmental Forensics Major
SMCENVEnvironmental Management 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIENVEnvironmental Management Minor
MAEMANEnvironmental Management Major
MAENVMEnvironmental Management Major
MAEMANEnvironmental Management Major
MAMFMMarine and Freshwater Management Major
SMMFMMarine and Freshwater Management 8 Unit Supporting Major
MAMFMMarine and Freshwater Management Major
MAMAFWMarine and Freshwater Science Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2008 VET: 31/03/2008