Northern Environments (GEOG 351.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
GEOG 351 W01 May 2018 Bertram Weichel
 
GEOG 351 W02 January 2018 Rodney Johnson
 
GEOG 351 01 September 2017 Alec Aitken
 
GEOG 351 W01 July 2017 Rodney Johnson
 
GEOG 351 W01 May 2017 Rodney Johnson
 
GEOG 351 W02 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 351 W10 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 351 W16 January 2017 Rodney Johnson
GEOG 351 W20 January 2017
GEOG 351 W40 January 2017
GEOG 351 W50 January 2017
 
GEOG 351 01 September 2016 Krystopher Chutko
 
GEOG 351 W01 July 2016
 
GEOG 351 W01 May 2016
 
GEOG 351 02 January 2016
GEOG 351 W02 January 2016
GEOG 351 W10 January 2016
GEOG 351 W16 January 2016
GEOG 351 W20 January 2016
GEOG 351 W50 January 2016

Description

A multidisciplinary study of the biophysical environments of the circumpolar North. Examines the processes operating at the Earth's surface and within the atmosphere and hydrosphere and their role in structuring northern ecosystems. Writing exercises and/or research projects will permit students with background preparation in the humanities, social sciences and the sciences to assess the impact of human activity on northern environments.

Prerequisite(s)

6 credit units in science; or permission of the instructor.

Note

GEOG 120 or NRTH 101 recommended.

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