Earth & Envrn: Elem Phys Geog — GEOG F111X-UX1
|75967||2019-08-26 to 2019-12-14||This course explores the processes that create and shape Earth's physical environment. A global systems approach will be used to describe elements of, and interactions between, the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. A review and application of modern mapping techniques including GIS and GPS will be covered. The topic of global change serves as a capstone topic that integrates course concepts allowing for a comprehensive understanding of Earth surface processes. Lab section includes hands-on activities to reinforce lecture material and three field trips. Special lab fees apply.||Christopher Maio||4.00||Lab kits will be mailed to students by the department. If you have questions please contact the instructor, Christopher Maio, email@example.com.||Prerequisites: Placement in WRTG F111X; placement in DEVM F105.|
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