Physical Landscapes

Physical Landscapes

Prefix: 
GEO
Course Number: 
351

A study of earth surface processes and land forms. The focus is on the analysis and interpretation of earth surface features and topography in terms of process-response mechanisms, and on an understanding of the fundamental physical, chemical, biological, and human processes which create and modify landscapes. The course emphasizes the dynamic nature of land forms and Landscapes, and the interrelationships between land forms and hydrology, climate, soils, and the biosphere. Prereq: GEO 130, or consent of instructor.

Sections

Fall 2017
Section Credits Room Instructor Syllabus
GEO 351-001 3.0 Rm.233 Jonathan D Phillips
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