WL1-intro - GEOG 102 Geography and Our Planetary...

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1 GEOG 102 Geography and Our Planetary Environment Instructor: Dr. Merrin Macrae EV1 336 Ext.33064 Office Hours: MW 10:30 a.m. – 11:20 a.m. email: [email protected] Winter 2009 MWF: 9:30-10:20a.m. Room DC 1352 “…physical geography is the spatial analysis of all the physical elements and processes that make up the environment: energy, air, water, weather, climate, landforms, soils, animals, plants, microorganisms, and Earth itself” (C&B, 2006) Earth’s Four Spheres
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2 Scale – Spatial – Temporal Objectives of Course Course Description : Emphasis on the natural environment as an integrated system. Selected aspects of weather -- climate, water, soils, biota, landforms along with flows of energy, water and matter and their effects on the subsystems of the natural environment. Course Objectives To examine the foundations of physical geography by exploring the major atmospheric, hydrologic, geomorphologic, and biogeographic
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