Methods in Hydrometeorology (GEOG 390.3)

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GEOG 390 01 September 2018


Introduces a variety of field and laboratory approaches, methodologies and techniques that find frequent application in physical geography. Field projects will be undertaken to collect data for analysis, evaluation and presentation.

Permission of the department required.


GEOG 120 and 6 credit units at the 200-level in physical geography. GEOG 280 may be used as one of the prerequisites for this course.


This one-week field camp is required for all Honours students, and recommended for all Four-years Majors, in physical geography. It is held in the first week of the Fall term. Permission of the instructor is required before May 31. Application forms are available from the Department in March. A preliminary meeting is held in March. There are costs in addition to tuition fees. Details available from the Department.

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