Ecosystem Health and Biosecurity

  • Ecosystem Health and Biosecurity

Ranking

Top 300 in the world for Natural Sciences and Environmental Sciences (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021)

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Undergraduate Prospectus

Ranking

Top 300 in the world for Natural Sciences and Environmental Sciences (QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2021)

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Qualifications

Overview

Major studies in Ecosystem Health and Biosecurity investigates the impact of change and human activity on the natural processes of our ecosystems; a complex network of living organisms interacting with the physical environment.

Disturbances to our natural resources, such as air quality, food pollination and production, soil nutrients, and clean water in turn affects the health of other connected ecosystems, including our own mental and physical wellbeing.

This programme allows you to learn about the interconnection of the natural world and methods to manage and sustain these, with opportunities to get out into the field and work directly with affected communities.

Contact us

Te Kura Aronukurangi | School of Earth and Environment

Phone +64 3 369 0655
Email earthandenvironment@canterbury.ac.nz

Location
Level 2, Beatrice Tinsley building – see campus maps

Postal address
Te Rāngai Pūtaiao | College of Science
Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury
Private Bag 4800
Christchurch 8140
New Zealand

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