2013 Summer Term
A study of selected physical aspects of our geographic environment. Emphasis is given to the origin and characteristic features of topographic, climatic, vegetative and soil regions of the earth and to their interrelationships. The ultimate objective is to provide a foundation upon which to build a better understanding of human interrelationships with the physical environment. Field trips are normally taken.
Other Requirements: COREQ: MATH 141 OR WAIVER
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
5 Units [GL]
|05/28 - 07/05 (6W1)||MW 8:30 AM - 10:15 AM||
|05/28 - 07/05 (6W1)||
|This is a hybrid course using D2L, but meeting face-to-face for labs on MW. Information will be sent to the students email address shortly before the start of classes. Required lab fee is $25.|