Student Field Trip Information

  • The information session for the 2015 field trip will take place Friday 15th August at 2pm-3pm in E457 Menzies. The unit,”Field Studies in Regional Sustainability: South Africa” (ATS3553 / APG4553),  aims to sharpen the analytical abilities of students between levels 3 and 5 who wish to pursue careers in environmental policy, urban and regional planning, and international ... Read more
  •       Downloads Application form 2015 (due Aug. 29, 2014) South Africa 2015 Cost estimates About the Unit Field Studies in Regional Sustainability: South Africa (ATS3553 / APG4553) is field-based subject that aims to sharpen the analytical abilities of students between levels 3 and 5 who wish to pursue careers in environmental policy, urban and regional planning, and international development. It enables them to gain field-based ... Read more
  • Details for the ATS1301: Australian physical environments: Evolution, status and management are found below.    PLACE: Rawson Village, foothills of Great Dividing Range, Victoria, Australia DATE: 17th August – 19 August 2012 ETD: 3:00PM, 5:00PM on Friday, outside Robert Blackwood Hall (tbc) ETA: 5:00PM, Robert Blackwood Hall (tbc) COST: $200.00 (includes transportation, accommodation and all meals.) Please pay on e-cart.   Read More... Read more
  • Students will learn how to undertake vegetation and soil surveys. This field trip forms the basis of the practical component of the course. The field trip will start and finish at the Clayton Campus, Monash University   When: Weekend (2 days) in Semester 2 Cost: to be confirmed (includes transportation and accommodation) Read More... Read more
  • Over the weekend, students take a variety of meteorological measurements of atmospheric conditions in order to gain a deeper understanding of how the weather works. This knowledge consolidates the theory learned in lectures and practical sessions. The field trip starts and ends at the Clayton Campus of Monash University. When: Weekend (Friday – Sunday) in Semester ... Read more
  • Students will learn how to examine and consider how a particular public space is constructed, and the impact this has on those who may use this space. Students are therefore thinking about the material structures of these places and how this may influence the use of this site as a public space. From these sorts of observations students ... Read more
  • The field trip for Sharing Prosperity is designed so students can hear from some of the key local government stakeholders in the region about their economic development plans and priorities, and have the opportunity to question and discuss key issues with them. It will include visits to: Casey City Council (as a key growth area or ... Read more
  • Each year, the Monash students on the South Africa field study tour interact with a wide variety of community groups in the Mpumalanga lowveld region… Read More... Read more
  • Students will develop skills in soil and land survey and soil sampling techniques. This field trip forms the basis of the practical component of the course. The field trip will start and finish at the Clayton Campus, Monash University   When: Weekend (2 days) in Semester 2 Cost: to be confirmed (includes transportation and accommodation Read More... Read more
  • The Environmental Change fieldtrip runs overnight to the Western Volcanic Plains of Victoria.  The Western Plains are the most extensive volcanic province in Australia and this trip visits some of the key crater lakes and other sites that have revealed the environmental changes that went on in the area in the past.  Along with learning about ... Read more