forestry, forest science
Forestry, Ecological Conservation, Forest Science bachelor degree courses at undergraduate bachelor, postgraduate master, Ph.D doctorate research degree levels at universities in Australia in the list below.
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- A university degree in Forestry science leads to a career in Forestry & environmental conservation. Grads 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
Victoria : VIC
- Forest Ecosystem Science at Univ of Melbourne
- Diploma of Conservation and Land Management : RMIT
- Bachelor of Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology) @ La Trobe
Queensland : QLD
- Forestry & Horticulture at Griffith Univ
- Forestry Science course at Univ of Queensland
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
- 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
- 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
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