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Unformatted text preview: Syllabus/Course Schedule GEA 1000, Section 2285 University of Florida / Fall 2011 Course Title: Geography for a Changing World Room: Williamson Hall (WM) Room 100 Time: MWF Period 8 (3:00pm-3:50pm) Instructor: Noah Mueller Department of Geography Turlington Hall Room 3122 Phone: 392-3198 ext. 226 NOTE: - Grad offices are upgrading networking so this number may change. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 4:00pm -5:30pm (or by appointment) Class information/website: https://lss.at.ufl.edu/ Login and look for the tab that says, GEA1000:2285, Fall 2011 Text: There is no text required for this class. Extra readings and assignments will be given throughout the semester. Recommended Course Pack : available at Target Copy (352)376-3826. Course Description: This course meets the general education requirements for the international and social science credits. The course seeks to give students a regional perspective on issues pertaining to important urban, economic, environmental, geomorphologic and climatic issues in the world. The causes of problems associated with these issues and the possible solutions will be discussed. Students will be expected to use map interpretation skills to analyze data and draw inferences and conclusions about real world phenomena. Topics covered are such as an overview in geography discipline, population change, urbanization, deforestation, globalization, etc. This course consists of lectures, exams, Videos/DVDs, and extra readings. Maps will be used for much of the course content. A basic understanding of map reading is presumed, but should you need any help with interpretation, please ask me....
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course PRIMARY 1044 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Western State Colorado University .
- Spring '11