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GY 315: Environment & Development
A specialized course on Third World Development, and the natural environments, with a social science perspective. Topics include colonialism, underdevelopment, social movements, and political ecology. An international context is stressed.
Professors: James A. Abbott
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GY 400: Geography Internship
Permission of Instructor of Internship Required.
Professors: James A. Abbott
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GY 405: Biogeography
Examines the distribution patterns of plants and animals and the environmental and cultural influences responsible for them during the quaternary period (the last two million years). Emphasis is on natural plant communitites and the impact of humans on them. Prerequisite: ESS10...
Professors: James A. Abbott
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GY 498: Senior Project
Students conduct an in-depth investigation of a topic as proposed in GY497. Prerequisite: GY497. Offered spring semester only.
Professors: James A. Abbott
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GY 101C: Cultural Landscapes of World
An introduction to concepts and principles that are essential to an understanding of the evolving spatial patterns of the cultural landscapes of the earth.
Professors: Bruce C. Bradford; John S. Jett
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GY 314C: Latin America in Modern World
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Professors: James A. Abbott
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