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|GEOG 16130 - Earth Sciences Laboratory I|
Intended to develop an understanding of the physical factors of the Earth as human habitat and human adjustments to them, this course emphasizes the analysis of world distributional patterns of landforms, climate, vegetation, soils, and water features, and causes of relationships of these patterns. The integrated laboratory components provide student participation and experiences in observing, measuring, gathering data, analyzing underlying principles in such sub-fields as geomorphology, climatology, pedology, remote sensing, hydrology, geology, and mapping sciences. Students will be exposed to field techniques during one mandatory Saturday field trip. This course fulfills the General Education laboratory science requirement.
4.000 Credit hours
Schedule Types: Lecture/Lab
Geography, Plng & Sustainablty Department
Catalog Course, General Education, Lab Science, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Scientific Literacy, Undergrad Lvl crses 0-499
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