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GEOG1020 - World Geography
Summer 2016

The study of World Geography focuses on the relationships among people, places, and environments that result in geographic patterns on the Earth. The students will use geographic methods to compare and analyze landforms, climates, and natural resources, as well as cultural, political, economic and religious characteristics of the world regions. Students will use a variety of interdisciplinary sources, both primary and secondary, such as maps, pictures, and documents to learn about the geography of different regions.
3 Credits

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GEOG1020-A World Geography
14 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: M W F
       Location: Moon Room: Hale Center 309
    Time: 03:00-03:50 pm Instructor: Hunnewell
    Session: 1 (08/29 - 12/17/16) Term: Fall 2016
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GEOG1030 - Physical Geography
Summer 2016

This course examines the principles and processes of physical geography. The interrelationship of forces operating on the earth's surface that create typical associations of climate, vegitation, soils and landforms are reviewed in detail. As such, focus will be given to the principals and processes of cartography, earth/sun relationships, weather, climate, tetonics, and earth materials. 3 credits
3 Credits


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