This subject contains a 3 day Compulsory Residential School.
This subjects is provides a comprehensive study of shoreline recreation management. Students are introduced to the biophsyical elements of the shoreline and how people use the shoreline through a range of reading and on-line material. Students then go on a residential school where they undertake a number of environmental and social surveys relevant to managing shorelines. They learn and undertake i) a visitor survey; ii) a walking track assessment and inventory; ii)a marine life survey, and iv) applied recreational zoning exercises. Students then use this information to formulate appropriate management responses to a range of issues. Such skills are critical part of appropriately managing recreation along our shorelines.