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Provides a multidisciplinary approach to defining the major types of chemical, physical, biological and genetic pollutants that impact upon marine environments, and the pathways, fates and effects of these pollutants on marine ecosystems and human health. Different approaches to the design of monitoring programs for detecting pollutants, and techniques for controlling pollutants and regenerating pollution-impacted ecosystems will be examined. Students will also gain skills in sampling techniques and analysis of pollutant samples.
|Distance Education (Online)||Unavailable|
Southern Cross Drive, Bilinga
|Tweed Heads - SCU Lakeside
Caloola Drive, Tweed Heads
|Tweed Heads - SCU Riverside
Brett Street, Tweed Heads
|School||School of Environment, Science and Engineering|
Completion of 16 units (192 credit points) AND admission to the Bachelor of Environmental Science OR the Bachelor of Marine Science and Management OR the Bachelor of Environmental Science/Bachelor of Marine Science and Management.