University of Calgary

PLAN 600 - Landscape Ecology and Planning - Fall 2020

Key concepts in ecology, landscape ecology and environmental science relevant to planning at landscape scales. Principles of urban ecology, regional landscape ecology, watershed management and parks and protected area design are coupled with knowledge of landscape processes, ecosystem services, ecological infrastructure, and habitat to assess planning interventions in the built and natural environments. Skills are developed in geographic information systems (GIS) for monitoring the current state of landscapes and potential challenges to landscape function and for proposing solutions to these challenges. Includes guest speakers from government and industry, GIS exercises and field visits to various areas within the region. Also known as: (formerly Environmental Design 626)
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • (4-0)


  • LEC 1W 09:00 - 13:00
This course will be offered next in Fall 2021.
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