Semester overview

Vorlesung Integrated Environmental Planning (2403111)

Appointment

Mi 09:15 - 10:45, A/B week, from 14.04.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 3, ZHG

Study paths

  • Environmental and Resource Management Bachelor (4. ) / Examination regulations 2005/ Modul 41202 Pflicht
  • Environmental and Resource Management Bachelor (4. ) / Examination regulations 2015/ Modul 41202 Pflicht

Effort

Folgende Komponenten des Moduls werden anerkannt und müssen bestanden werden: 1.

regelmäßige Teilnahme an der Vorlesung 2. Mündliche Prüfung 3. Regelmäßige Teilnahme

am Seminar und Teilnahme an Übungen ist verpflichtend (unentschuldigtes Fehlen im Kurs

nicht mehr als zwei Mal) 4. Vortrag 5. Hausarbeit (~2500 Worte)

Content

Assessment mode: Continuous Assessment (MCA)

  • Oral performance assessment (duration 10 minutes, maximum 15 points)
  • Presentation (duration 10 minutes, maximum 15 points)

Requirements for grading:
To pass the module students need to gain a minimum of 12 points (the sum of points for the above mentioned module components).

Learning objectives:
See module description

Course assessment

Wenn zumindest eine der Komponenten der Modul-Voraussetzungen nicht erfüllt wurden,

kann diese Komponente in der nächsten Prüfungsperiode des gleichen Semesters nachgeholt

werden. Nur wenn alle (1-5) Komponenten der Modul-Voraussetzungen erfüllt wurden, kann

das Modul anerkannt werden. Wenn im zweiten Durchgang zumindest eine Komponente der

Modul-Voraussetzungen nicht erfüllt wurde, muss das komplette Modul im Semester des

folgenden Jahres wiederholt werden. Die Bewertungsgewichtung der einzelnen Komponenten

für die spätere Gesamtnote wird im Kurs angekündigt

Literature

See module description

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Integrated Environmental Planning (41202)


Seminar Integrated Environmental Planning (2403113)

Appointment

Di 09:15 - 10:45, A/B week, from 20.04.2021, LB 4B / B3.18

Study paths

  • Environmental and Resource Management Bachelor (4. ) / Examination regulations 2005/ Modul 41202 Pflicht
  • Environmental and Resource Management Bachelor (4. ) / Examination regulations 2015/ Modul 41202 Pflicht

Content

In the seminar obtained knowledge of the lectures will be broadened in students' presentations and essays and tested in form of oral performance assessment by the end of the semester.

Assessment mode: Continuous Assessment (MCA)

  • Oral performance assessment (duration 10 minutes, maximum 50 points)
  • Presentation (duration 15 minutes, maximum 25 points)
  • Written essay (8-10 pages per student, maximum 25 points)

Requirements for grading:
To pass the module students need to gain a minimum of 50 points (the sum of points for the above mentioned module components).

Learning objectives:
See module description

Literature

See module description

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Integrated Environmental Planning (41202)


Seminar PhD - Colloquium Environmental Planning (2403152)

Appointment

Di 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week, from 13.04.2021, LB 4B / B3.18

Study paths

  • Environmental and Resource Management PhD/ Examination regulations 2009
  • Environmental and Resource Management PhD/ Examination regulations 99

Content

The topic of the PhD Colloquium Environmental Planning is changing annually according to the various research fields of the PhD students. Each student has to present the intermediate state of his PhD research methods and topics within the group.

Remarks:
The colloquium will take place monthly for all PhD Students at the Chair of Environmental Planning.

Leistungsnachweis: Status report PhD Thesis

Lernziele:
The aim is to improve and warrant the quality of the PhD thesis according to the advanced knowledge and requirements of the subject area.
Thus the PhD students should present and discuss with other participants and experts current environmental issues and methods which are beyond their PhD research topics.

Literature

Theoretical and practical information are delivered by the PhD students and the supervisor

Further information

http://12244

Lecturer

Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Research Colloquium (12244)


Vorlesung Heritage Impact Assessment (2403311)

Appointment

Mo 09:15 - 10:45, A/B week, from 12.04.2021, ZHG / Seminarraum 4, ZHG

Study paths

  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Examination regulations 2015
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Examination regulations 2013
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Examination regulations 2008

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Heritage Impact Assessment (11453)


Seminar Heritage Impact Assessment (2403312)

Appointment

Do 17:30 - 19:00, A/B week, from 15.04.2021, HG / Raum HG 0.16, HG

Study paths

  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Examination regulations 2015
  • Heritage Conservation and Site Management Master/ Examination regulations 2013
  • World Heritage Studies Master/ Examination regulations 2008

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Heritage Impact Assessment (11453)


Projekt Potential Contribution to the Sustainability of Vernacular Architecture in Historical Landscapes (2403411)

Appointments

  • Mi 13:45 - 15:15, Einzel, at 28.04.2021, /
  • Mi 13:45 - 15:15, A/B week, from 05.05.2021, /

Content

Vernacular architecture is one of the material evidences of the contextualized dialogue between man and nature in the presence of the environmental, social and economic opportunities and/or constraints in a given landscape. In this regard, it is a form of built heritage that transmits the values linked to the identity and socio-cultural organization of a people in a given cultural landscape. At a time when indigenous traditions, and values are under immense threat all around the world, this typology of cultural heritage is threatened with total disappearance globally.
Against this background, the aim of this study project is to take a critical look at category (2b) of cultural landscapes. Category 2b is the continuing form of an organically evolved landscape which retains an active social role in contemporary society closely associated with the traditional way of life, and in which the evolutionary process is still in progress. Given the global forces of cultural and architectural homogenization, socio-economic and agricultural transformation, this study project would focus on the central question, what are the potential approaches to sustaining built vernacular heritage in a continuing cultural landscape despite the impending global threats?
STUDENTS TASKS
This Study Project invites students to critically think and formulate recommendations for the potential sustainability of vernacular architecture in the self-selected cultural landscape case studies. Students are to formulate and present their recommendations collaboratively in small groups (ideally 3-5 groups with 2-3 members, however, this will be decided in the first weeks of the semester). Students are expected to develop a joint Study Project Report which is to be submitted no later than 31 August 2021.
INSTRUCTIONAL FORMAT
The Study Project will be offered in the form of online group meetings and lectures/presentations. It relies exclusively on asynchronous elements such digital reading materials, offline interactive activities and responses to lecture content.
EXPECT OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this study project, students are expected to be able to:
⎯ Critically analyze heritage case studies and describe contextual threats
⎯ conduct in-depth analytical thinking involved in heritage conservation processes;
⎯ articulate the importance of the vernacular landscapes as repositories of traditional values which are under threat globally;
⎯ articulate the key principles and approaches to the sustainability of vernacular landscapes with a particular on the built vernacular assemblage

Lecturer

Alaba Paul Obafemi Olukoya

Hours per week

6.0

Modules

  • Study Project 1 (11646)
  • Study Project 1 (37410)
  • Study Project 2 (37411)

Vorlesung Entwicklung der Kulturlandschaft in Mitteleuropa (2403711)

Appointment

Mo 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week, from 12.04.2021, LB 4B / B3.17

Study path

Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Bachelor (2. ) / Examination regulations 2017/ Pflicht

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Michelle Heese

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Entwicklung der Kulturlandschaft in Mitteleuropa (11902)


Exkursion Entwicklung der Kulturlandschaft in Mitteleuropa (2403712)

Appointment

Fr Einzel, at 11.06.2021, /

Study path

Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Bachelor (2. ) / Examination regulations 2017/ Pflicht

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dr.-Ing. Mirko Filetti
  • Michelle Heese

Hours per week

1.0

Module

Entwicklung der Kulturlandschaft in Mitteleuropa (11902)


Übung GIS-Übungen (2403713)

Appointment

Mi 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week, from 21.04.2021, /

Study path

Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Bachelor (2. ) / Examination regulations 2017/ Pflicht

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dr.-Ing. Mirko Filetti

Hours per week

1.0

Module

Entwicklung der Kulturlandschaft in Mitteleuropa (11902)


Vorlesung Strategische Umweltprüfung und Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung (2403721)

Appointment

Mi 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week, from 14.04.2021, LG 2C / LG 2C, R 215

Study paths

  • Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Bachelor (6. ) / Examination regulations 2017/ Wahlpflicht
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen Master (1. - 4. )
  • Umweltingenieurwesen Master (2. ) / Examination regulations 2010/ Pflicht
  • Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Diplom/ Examination regulations 21
  • Umweltingenieurwesen Master (2. ) / Examination regulations 2012/ Allgemeines Wahlpflichtmodul

Effort

Plagiarism will result in the failure of the Module (5,0)

Requirements

Regular attendance at seminar is obligatory (Veranstaltungsnummer: 4107722)

Course assessment

Presentations (presentations of groupworks) 25 % + Written Essay 25% + oral or written exam (50%)

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • PD Dr.rer.nat. habil. Udo Bröring
  • Dmitry Palekhov

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Strategische Umweltprüfung und Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung (11134)


Seminar Strategische Umweltprüfung und Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung (2403722)

Appointment

Fr 11:30 - 13:00, A/B week, from 16.04.2021, /

Study paths

  • Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Bachelor (6. ) / Examination regulations 2017/ Wahlpflicht
  • Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen Master (1. - 4. )
  • Umweltingenieurwesen Master (2. ) / Examination regulations 2010/ Pflicht
  • Landnutzung und Wasserbewirtschaftung Diplom/ Examination regulations 21
  • Umweltingenieurwesen Master (2. ) / Examination regulations 2012/ Allgemeines Wahlpflichtmodul

Effort

Plagiarism will result in the failure of the Module (5,0)

Requirements

Regular attendance at seminar is obligatory (Veranstaltungsnummer: 4107722)

Content

While the lecture provides fundamental knowledge, during the seminar students will receive in-depth knowledge and the possibility for best practice with help of selected case studies.

Each semester a new focus is laid in the seminar topic with acknowledging following lecture contents.

Environmental Impact Assessment:

• origins and development of EIA in international comparison
• provisions and legal framework
• EIA process - screening, scoping, identification of significant environmental impacts, consultation and public participation
• methods of EIA (checklists, matrices, networks, modelling and techniques) to identify environmental impacts
• methods of EIA (checklists, matrices, networks, modelling and techniques) to identify environmental impacts techniques and tools for monitoring and prediction (water balance, water quality, air quality, noise, traffic emissions)
• evaluation of environmental impacts with respect to special planning targets and ecosyste
• methods for the capturing and assessment of characteristic landscapes and its scenery
• conflicts between environmental assessments and potential solutions
• EIA in practice, relationships between stakeholders in the planning process (relationships to planners, planning authorities and public agencies)

Strategic Environmental Assessment:

• fundamental knowledge to understand SEA and its necessity for a sustainable development
• regulation and legal framework
• objectives and implementation of European SEA Directive 2001/42/EU
• differences and links between EIA and SEA
• SEA procedure and its integration into the planning process
• Process steps of SEA (screening, scoping, identification of significant environmental impacts, consultation and public participation)
• Suitable methods of SEA (potentials analysis, scenarios, etc.)
• Techniques and tools for prediction and identification of environmental impacts
• Selection of appropriate set of indicators in consideration of planning levels and sectors

Course assessment

The final grade is calculated as follows:

Presentations (presentations of groupworks) 25 % + Written Essay 25% + oral or written exam (50%)

Literature

Participants will receive within the lecture fundamental knowledge regarding methods, techniques and tools in environmental impact assessment and strategic environmental assessment. For a successful graduation of the module and an integral appreciation of the topic a continual self-study of the stated literature is recommended.

Recommended Literature – Environmental Impact Assessment:
Barrow CJ (1999): Environmental Management - Principles and Practice. Routledge, London.
Canter LW (1996): Environmental Impact Assessment. Second Edition. McGraw-Hill Inc. Series in Water Resources & Environmental Engineering.
Carroll B, Turpin T (2002): Environmental Impact Assessment Handbook. Thomas Telford, London
Gilpin A (1995): Environmental impact assessment (EIA): cutting edge for the twenty-first century. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Emmelin L. (2001): Environmental Impact Assessment in Norway – understanding implementation as a function of professional culture. Journal of Environmental Education and Information Volume 20, Number 4 (2001), pages 299-314.
Gassner, E.; Winkelbrandt, A. (2005): UVP: Rechtliche und Fachliche Anleitung für die Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung. Müller Jur.Vlg.C.F., Karlsruhe.
Glasson, J; Therivel, R. and Chadwick, A. (1999): Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment: principles and procedures, process, practice, and prospects (2nd edition). UCL Press, London.
Harrop, D.O. and Nixon, J.A. (1999): Environmental Assessment in Practice. Routledge, London.
Köppel, J.; Peters, W.; Wende, W. (2004): Eingriffsregelung, Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung, FFHVerträglichkeitsprüfung, Stuttgart: UTB.
Marriot, B.B. (1997): Environmental Impact Assessment: A practical guide. McGraw-Hill
Mitschang, S. (2010): Die Umweltprüfung in der Regionalplanung: Eine Handlungsanleitung. Lang, Frankfurt am Main.
Modak, P.; Biswas, A.K. (1999): Environmental Impact Assessment for Developing Countries. United Nations University Press, Tokyo.
Morris, P; Therivel, R. (eds.) (2001): Methods of Environmental Impact Assessment (2nd edition). Spon Press, London.
Petts, J. (ed.) (1999): Handbook of Environmental Impact Assessment. Volume 1. Environmental Im-pact Assessment: Process, Methods and Potential. Volume 2. Environmental Impact Assessment in Practice: Impact and Limitations. Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford.
Schmidt, M. et. al. (2008): EIA – Standards and Thresholds for Human Health and the Environment. Springer, Berlin.
Treweek, J. (1999): Ecological Impact Assessment. Blackwell Science, Oxford
Weston, J. (Ed.) (1997): Planning and Environmental Impact Assessment in Practice. Longman, Har-low.
Wathern, P. (Ed.) (1998): Environmental Impact Assessment: Theory and Practice. Routledge, London.
Wood, C. (2003): Environmental Impact Assessment: A Comparative Review (2nd edition). Prentice Hall, Edinburgh.
Recommended Literature – Strategic Environmental Assessment:
Emmelin, L. (1998): Strategic Environmental Assessment for Tourism – Methodological Lessons from Landscape Impact Analysis. Paper for the”International Workshop SEA and EIA as Tools for Sustainable Tourism”. Genoa 23-25 October, 1997. Published in International Journal for Envi-ronmental Education and Information, October 1998.
Fischer, T. and Seaton, K. (2002): Strategic Environmental Assessment: Effective Planning Instrument or Lost Concept? In: Planning Practice and Research, 17 (1), pp31-44.
Fischer TB (2002) Strategic Environmental Assessment in Transport and Land Use Planning. Earthscan, London.
Kleinschmidt, V. and Wagner, D. (Eds.) (1998): Strategic Environmental Assessment in Europe. Kluwer, London.
Partidario, M.R. and Clark, R. (Eds.) (2000): Perspectives on Strategic Environmental Assessment. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton.
Schmidt, M.; João, E. and Albrecht, E. (Eds.) (2005): Implementing Strategic Environmental Assessment. Environmental Protection in the European Union, Volume 2. 742 pages. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.
Therivel, R. (2004): Strategic Environmental Assessment in Action, Earthscan, London.
Therivel, R. and Partidario, M.R. (eds.) (1996): The Practice of Strategic Environmental Assessment, Earthscan, London.

Lecturers

  • Prof. Dr. Dr.h.c. (NMU, UA) Michael Schmidt
  • Dmitry Palekhov
  • Dr.-Ing. Mirko Filetti

Hours per week

2.0

Module

Strategische Umweltprüfung und Umweltverträglichkeitsprüfung (11134)


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