Syllabus+lecture - Geography for a Changing World GEA1000...

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Geography for a Changing World GEA1000 2284 Spring 2011 Instructor: Anna Szyniszewska Dept. of Geography, UF
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Geography Department Turlington Hall 3120 Email: aniasz@ufl.edu Office Hours: TBA MAKE SURE WE GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER
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Call me Anna Originally from Poland, lived in Japan before coming to US Research and academic interest: climatology, transport networks, invasive species, GIS, spatial statistics Non academic interest: hiking, traveling and photography ABOUT ME
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On Sakai, join the discussion: Introduce yourself with your name and major Reason for taking the course Specific themes and world regions you are mostly interested in Deadline: September 1st WHAT ABOUT YOU?
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Get your copy in Sakai OVERVIEW OF THE SYLLABUS
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What are causes and consequences of some of the world issues? What are the challenges and strategies to deal with them? How are these different issues interrelated? Learn about Geography More than maps, capitals, and landforms Study of relationships Integrative THEMES OF THE CLASS
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POPULATION GROWTH URBANIZATION
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DESERTIFICATION WATER ISSUES
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DEFORESTATION
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ISSUES
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Syllabus+lecture - Geography for a Changing World GEA1000...

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