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BIOS6723 River Basin Ecosystem Management
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Campus Sydney Career Undergraduate
This course is scheduled for offering in the following teaching periods for 2024.

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  TERM TWO
 
  T2
Prof R Kingsford 23-JUN-2024 Enrolment consent required from BEES, please visit https://www.bees.unsw.edu.au/bios6723 for course information. This course involves compulsory field-work in Botswana at the expense of individual students. You will also need to pay tuition fee on top of the field-work costs  
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Teaching Period Two

Activity Period Class Section Status Enrols/Capacity Day/Start Time
Course Enrolment T2 2317 CR01 Open 2/7
Field Studies T2 11730 FLD1 Open 3/10
(* = jointly taught class)

TERM TWO CLASSES - Detail
Class Nbr 2317 Section CR01 Teaching Period T2 - Teaching Period Two
Activity Course Enrolment Status Open Enrols/Capacity 2/7
Offering Period 27/05/2024 - 25/08/2024 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 23/06/2024
Mode of Delivery In Person Consent School consent required
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Class Nbr 11730 Section FLD1 Teaching Period T2 - Teaching Period Two
Activity Field Studies Status Open Enrols/Capacity 3/10
Offering Period 27/05/2024 - 25/08/2024 Meeting Dates Standard dates Census Date 23/06/2024
Mode of Delivery In Person Consent Consent not required
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