GEOG201

Environmental Processes: Principles and Applications

15 points

Occurrences

Description

The course explores the fundamental principles and applications of knowledge related to the surface of the earth in the sub-disciplines of geomorphology, climatology and hydrology. Systems studied include landforms, glaciers, climate, and rivers. The main objective of the course is to explain the spatial and temporal characteristics, and the interaction between these systems in an interdisciplinary manner by drawing extensively from New Zealand examples.

Pre-requisites

Any 30 points of 100-level Geography, or entry with approval of the Head of Department

Restrictions

GEOG201 prior to 2009.