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GEOG 107: PHYSICAL SYS OF ENVIRONMENT
Introduction to the physical principles governing the geographical distribution and interrelationships of the earth's physical features (atmosphere and oceans, landforms, soils, and vegetation). The course provides students with the background necessary to evaluate current enviro...
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GEOG 109: WEATHER & CLIMATE
Introduction to atmospheric processes responsible for weather. Elements of climatology and their variation in time and space. Weather forecasting, weather modification, and severe weather.
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GEOG 110: INTRO TO HUMAN GEOGRAPHY
An introduction to the principles, concepts, and methods of analysis used in the study of human geographic systems. Examines geographic perspectives on contemporary world problems such as population growth, globalization of the economy, and human-environmental relations.
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GEOG 120: WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
Analysis of population, culture, environment, and economies of major world regions. Examination of issues of global importance, including development, demographic change, urbanization and migration, and international conflict.
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GEOG 208: HUMAN/ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS
Just as people shape physical environments through agriculture, development, and resource use, environments shape us. This course focuses on the deeply interconnected ecological, hydrological, climatic, social, cultural, and economic forces at the core of human/environment intera...
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GEOG 220: TOPICS IN GEOGRAPHY
Examination of a topic from a range of geographic perspectives. Topics will vary. Only 3 credit hours may be applied to the geography major.
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GEOG 237: CARTOGRAPHY & GEOGRAPHIC INFO
Use of computers in the management of geographic information, including data storage, database construction, creation and production of maps and related representation of geographic data. Computer cartography laboratory, experimentation and interactive experience using GIS and ma...
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GEOG 250: COMPUTER METHODS IN GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to scientific computing in geography, emphasizing practical applications. Topics include programming concepts, analysis of spatial data, and graphics. Numerous exercises give practical experience with the analysis and interpretation of geographic data. Both high-leve...
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GEOG 304: PHYS METEOROLOGY & CLIMATOLOGY
Topics span all the scales of atmospheric processes-from climate change to weather forecasting and surface energy budgets. Students are introduced to the physical processes and properties of the atmosphere. Skills used to study and quantify atmospheric processes, such as the use ...
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GEOG 305: ENVIR CHANGE: NATURE & IMPACT
An integrated systems approach to examining the forcing, system response, and impacts of environmental change. Specific case studies will be presented in addition to methods of documenting change and identifying natural variability versus change due to anthropogenic forcing.
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