Course Number

GEOG 321

Course Title

Environmental Geography

Course Date

Fall 2018

Course Level

300

Professor or Professors' Departmental/Program Affiliation

Peter Scull, Geography

Document Type

Syllabus

Department(s)

Geography

Description

The objective of GEOG231 is to provide students with a general understanding of the processes and spatial distribution of the Earth's primary physical systems and the ways in which humans interact with these systems. Course emphasis is divided into three areas: the energy – atmosphere system, waterweather and climate systems, and the earth – atmosphere interface. Students are introduced to the basic physical processes and interactions that operate within each of these categories, with special focus on the ways in which these factors relate to contemporary environmental problems. GEOG 231 serves as an excellent starting point for the wide variety of environmental courses offered at Colgate. Students who successfully complete this seminar will satisfy one half of their Natural Sciences and Mathematics area of inquiry requirement.

Note

The syllabus may not be applicable to the current semester. Be sure to verify content with the professor(s) listed in the document.

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