forest science, conservation, forestry courses
Forestry, Forest Science, Ecological Conservation bachelor degree courses at undergraduate bachelor, postgraduate master, Ph.D doctorate research degree levels at universities in Australia in the list below. For other degree courses, look here .
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- A university degree in Forestry science leads to a career in Forestry & environmental conservation. Graduates with a degree in Forestry from Australian universities often get employment offers from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, and Forestry as Forestry officers.
- Perhaps you are passionate about Forest conservation and protecting Australian ecology, biodiversity and natural flora and fauna. Information about bachelor, master, doctorate ( PhD) degree programs and graduate diplomas are available in faculty pages in the list below.
Typical admission requirements for Forest Science & Forestry :
- Biology and/or Chemistry, English proficiency
New South Wales : NSW
- Forest Science at SCU
- Fisheries and Aquaculture, Coastal Management : Environmental science courses at Southern Cross Uni : SCU
- Marine Science at Southern Cross University
Victoria : VIC
- Conservation & Land Management - Royal Melboune Institute of Technology: RMIT
- Forest Ecosystem Science at Uni of Melbourne
Queensland : QLD
South Australia : SA
- Bach of Science (Biodiversity & Conservation) at Flinders University
Australian Capital Territory : ACT
- Bach of Science, Forestry studies at Australian National University : ANU
- maintain look-out for fires in forests
- prepare plans for reafforestation
- study the effects of cultivation techniques, soils, insects and plant diseases on forest production
- study the environmental factors affecting growth and health of forest trees
- gather seeds, and cultivate and plant seedlings for reafforestation
- study the propagation and culture of forest trees, effects of thinning on forest yields
- destroy weeds, felling and de-barking non-productive trees and thinning young plantations
- remove major branches and tree tops, trimming branches and sawing trunks into logs
- plan felling of trees and determine natural and intended fall of each tree
- manage forest resources to maximise their long-term commercial, recreational and environmental benefits
- apply fertilisers, insecticides and herbicides to individual trees and general forest areas