PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
2023 Fall Term
UW Extended Campus Online GE100
Focus on concepts and processes that explain physical systems on Earth and the relationship between people and their natural environment.¿Themes in Physical Geography include Earth/Sun relationships, weather dynamics, the biosphere (ecology, biomes, conservation), and the lithosphere (mountain building, rocks, rivers, glaciers). Students complete assignments in CANVAS: assignments may be derived from textbook resources and instructor-created activities designed to better understand the natural world (such as weather patterns, rocks, soil properties or river dynamics) and how it applies to their daily life.
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|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
3 Units [NW]
|09/05 - 12/15 (1)||
|This course continues through the UW-Whitewater semester ending. The end date of this class is 12/15/2023|