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14D2I47 - Applied bioclimatology and biometeorology in function of animal health protection

Course specification
Course titleApplied bioclimatology and biometeorology in function of animal health protection
Acronym14D2I47
AcronymDOCTORAL ACADEMIC STUDIES
Module
Type of studyPhD academic studies
Lecturer (for classes)
  1. dr Radislava Teodorović
Lecturer/Associate (for practice)
    Lecturer/Associate (for OTC)
      ESPB4.0Status
      Condition
      The goalStudent has to obtain knowlege and skills necessary for complex revuewing of the impacts of global climate changes on animal husbandry, and to learn to determine effects of microclimate on animal health and production.
      The outcomePh.D student has to aquire knowledges on each polution factor emerging from animal production acting as a source of atmospheric polution and influencing on global climate changes. Student has to learn the effects of climate changes on animal health and production.
      Contents
      Contents of lecturesPhysical, chemical and eneretical characteristics of atmosphere. Global climate changes. Ozone leyer and harmfull effects of troposheric ozone. Harmfull effect of sun radiation. Atmospheric polutants. Animal breeding as atmospheric polutant. The effects of global climate changes on agriculture and animal husbandry. Climate, weather, climatology and meteorology. Ambiental adaptation of domestic animals. Thermal comfort and productivity of domestic animals. Climate, weather and infectious and tropical diseases.
      Contents of exercises
      Literature
      1. 1.- Marijana Vučinić, Brana Radenković-Damnjanović, Radislava Teodorović, Ljiljana Janković, Bioklimatologija i biometeorologija, Beograd, 2006. (Original title)
      2. 2.Morgan D, Temperature changes and insects pests: A simulation study. In: Froud- Willliams RJ, Harringron R, Hocking TJ, (eds), imlications of global environmental chengs for crops in Europe. Aspects of applied bilogy, 1996. (Original title)
      3. Seino H, Inplications of climate change for crop production in Japan. In Rosenzweig C, Allen LH, Harper LA, Hollinger SE, and Jones JW, (eds) Climate change and agriculture: Analyzis of potential international impacts. American Society of Agronomy, A (Original title)
      Number of hours per week during the semester/trimester/year
      LecturesExercisesOTCStudy and ResearchOther classes
      2
      Methods of teachingTeaching Methods Theoretical education with interactive learning and usage of audio-visual methods; -Preparation of the student seminar – written paper and public defending with discussion;
      Knowledge score (maximum points 100)
      Pre obligationsPointsFinal examPoints
      Activites during lectures10Test paper0
      Practical lessons0Oral examination70
      Projects0
      Colloquia0
      Seminars20