Introduces the concepts, themes, and disciplines of physical geography and discusses atmospheric moisture, pressure, and temperature, plate tectonics, volcanism, weathering and mass wasting, diastrophism, coastal processes, fluvial processes, global ecosystems and weather systems. Comparable to Nunez course GEOG 1200. Only one may be taken for credit at Nunez.
Schedule type: Lecture
In this course, you will study the following central elements of world geography: area and population; physical geography and human adaptations; cultural and historical geographies; economic geography; and geopolitical issues. 3 credits hours Social Science .
Schedule type: Independent Study, Lecture, Web