ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND DESIGN IN NATURAL AREAS AND APPROPRIATE ASSESSMENT (MOD. 1 FAUNISTIC ASPECTS)

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND DESIGN IN NATURAL AREAS AND APPROPRIATE ASSESSMENT (MOD. 1 FAUNISTIC ASPECTS)

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Code
66434
ACADEMIC YEAR
2018/2019
CREDITS
5 credits during the 2nd year of 10589 CONSERVAZIONE E GESTIONE DELLA NATURA (LM-60) GENOVA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
BIO/05
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (CONSERVAZIONE E GESTIONE DELLA NATURA)
semester
Annual
Teaching materials

AIMS AND CONTENT

AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES

La partecipazione attiva alle attività formative proposte (lezioni frontali, visite tecniche e attività di campo) insieme allo studio individuale consentiranno allo studente di:

- conoscere le principali normative europee, nazionali e regionali che si occupano di valutazione di incidenza sulla fauna

- conoscere le diverse definizioni e applicazioni delle attività di mitigazione e compensazione per la fauna

- applicare le conoscenze derivate dallo studio della componente faunistica alla valutazione di incidenza

- conoscere le principali caratteristiche biologiche e conservazionistiche (finalità, tipologie, grado di connettività) relative alla Rete Ecologica

- applicare le conoscenze acquisite nella realizzazione degli elaborati cartografici e testuali necessari per la prova di esame

Teaching methods

The module consists of lectures, for about 32 hours and field activities for 12/14 hours. Attendance at lessons and practical activities is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. The exercises and technical visits in the field are always conducted by the offocial teacher.

 

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Lessons
- Introduction to the course (structure and contents of the course; Aul @ web and resources, importance of the technical visits, methods of examination)
- Habitats directive definitions
- Analysis on management (Article 6 Habitats Directive)
- Analysis of the impact assessment (Article 6 Habitats Directive)
- Analysis of incidence studies and their evaluation
- Study on mitigation activities (article 6 Habitats Directive)
- Deepening on the persistence / resilience of the species
- Deepening on strategic environmental assessment (SEA)
- Design and impact of wildlife mitigation activities
- Examples: fish mitigation activities
- Examples: mitigation activities on amphibians
- Examples: mitigation activities on wind farms
- Examples: mitigation activities on photovoltaic systems
- Ecological Network Generality
- Charter of potential ecological connections
- Virtuous examples of design and / or mitigation

Technical visits and field activities
- Visit to artificial tanks for amphibians
- Visit to ski lifts for fish

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

All presentations  are available to students on Aul@web, as well as other educational material not covered by copyright.

Recommended readings

Carbonari A., Mezzanotte M., 2000 - Tecniche naturalistiche nella sistemazione del territorio”. Provincia autonoma di Trento.

Gibelli M.G., Meucci D., Oggionni F., Palmeri F., Vallone F., 1995 - Quaderni di ingegneria naturalistica. Sistemazioni in ambito fluviale. Ed. Il Verde Editoriale.

Gisotti G., 2008 – Le Cave. Recupero e pianificazione e ambientale. Collana SIGEA Dario Flaccovio Editore, Palermo.

European Commission (2000). Managing Nature 2000 sites. The provision of Article 6 of the Habitts Directive 92/43/EEC. Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 69 pp.

European Commission (2001). Assessment of plans and projects significantly affecting  Nature 2000 sites. Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 75 pp.

Muzzi E., Rossi G., 2003 - Il recupero e la riqualificazione ambientale delle cave in Emilia Romagna. Regione Emilia Romagna

 

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Ricevimento: Teacher available on request.

Exam Board

SEBASTIANO SALVIDIO (President)

MAURO MARIOTTI (President)

MIRCA ZOTTI

LORIS GALLI

LESSONS

Teaching methods

The module consists of lectures, for about 32 hours and field activities for 12/14 hours. Attendance at lessons and practical activities is not mandatory, but strongly recommended. The exercises and technical visits in the field are always conducted by the offocial teacher.