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  1. Master’s Degree in "Integrated Coastal Ζone Management". Department of Marine Sciences. Faculty of Environment. University of the Aegean.

    The graduates of the department: - Understand the basic principles and concepts of Oceanography. - Know the physical, chemical, biological, and geological processes of the coastal zone. - Understand the basic principles and concepts of fishing biology and managing the reserves of the marine biological resources. - Have basic knowledge about the structure and operation of coastal ecosystems.- Understand the interaction between the man and the coastal environment and the sea resources. - Know the biodiversity of the Mediterranean, the Ecosystems of Community interest and Priority in the coastal environment, along with the endangered species. - Identify the various forms of pollution, its sources, and routes of dispersal. - Know methods for identifying, taking precautions and treating with coastal geological hazards. - Have knowledge about environmental economics and environmental law with regard to the marine and coastal zone. - Combine the protection of biodiversity with sustainable development (e.g. diving tourism, fishing tourism) in the coastal environment with emphasis to island areas. - Apply integrated techniques for the approach and understanding of the processes of the coastal marine environment and the interactions between the land and sea area, with emphasis on the impacts of climate change. - Combine an integrated perception of marine and coastal environmental processes with an understanding of their socioeconomic impacts. - Apply methods and techniques for the ecological monitoring and analysis of ...

    Awarding bodyUniversity of the Aegean

    Category: Qualifications Location: Greece