Environmental Science and Society (GEOG 125.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
GEOG 125 02 January 2017 Rodney Johnson , Bertram Weichel (primary instructor)
GEOG 125 41 January 2017 Bertram Weichel , Rodney Johnson (primary instructor)
GEOG 125 C16 January 2017 Ryan Galbraith (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 125 01 September 2016 Bertram Weichel , Rodney Johnson (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 125 E95 May 2016 Sarah Rosolen (primary instructor)
 
GEOG 125 02 January 2016 Bertram Weichel , Rodney Johnson (primary instructor)
GEOG 125 41 January 2016 Bertram Weichel , Rodney Johnson (primary instructor)
GEOG 125 C16 January 2016 Ryan Galbraith (primary instructor)
GEOG 125 E94 January 2016 Sarah Rosolen (primary instructor)

Description

Studies the Earth's life-support systems and explores the consequences of human activity. Key themes include examining global ecosystem processes, human interconnections, as well as applications of information from the Earth Sciences.

Note

A background in high school sciences at the 30-level is recommended. GEOG 125 is a required cognate course in the B.A.& Sc. program in Environment & Society. GEOG 125 may be used to satisfy the science requirement in program types A, B, and D.

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