Physical Geography introduces the tools we use to measure and depict the surface of the Earth and then builds on our knowledge of how the planet’s atmosphere, hydrosphere and lithosphere interact with one another and human influences to understand the distributions of climates, landforms, soils and life across the globe.
- Scheduled: Spring 2014 (9-Jan to 22-May)
- Section number (CRN): 3045
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