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1151

GEOG 102

: Geography of the Human Environment
2022 Semester One (1223)
Examines the relationships among personal geographies and global geographies of uneven development, economic, environmental and socio-cultural change. Using a variety of examples from New Zealand and the world we illustrate the connection between local places and global issues.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1152

GEOG 102

: Geography of the Human Environment
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Examines the relationships among personal geographies and global geographies of uneven development, economic, environmental and socio-cultural change. Using a variety of examples from New Zealand and the world we illustrate the connection between local places and global issues.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1153

GEOG 102

: Geography of the Human Environment
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Examines the relationships among personal geographies and global geographies of uneven development, economic, environmental and socio-cultural change. Using a variety of examples from New Zealand and the world we illustrate the connection between local places and global issues.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1154

GEOG 102

: Geography of the Human Environment
2020 Semester One (1203)
Examines the relationships among personal geographies and global geographies of uneven development, economic, environmental and socio-cultural change. Using a variety of examples from New Zealand and the world we illustrate the connection between local places and global issues.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1155

GEOG 103

: Mapping Our World
2022 Semester One (1223)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
Restriction: GEOG 140, GISCI 140
1156

GEOG 103

: Mapping Our World
2022 Summer School (1220)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
Restriction: GEOG 140, GISCI 140
1157

GEOG 103

: Mapping Our World
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1158

GEOG 103

: Mapping Our World
2021 Summer School (1210)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1159

GEOG 103

: Mapping Our World
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1160

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2023 Semester One (1233)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1161

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1162

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2021 Summer School (1210)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices (such as your phone), Remote Sensing and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1163

GEOG 103G

: Mapping Our World
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to contemporary geospatial technologies such as web-mapping, GPS and tracking devices and GIS. Covers key concepts and principles behind these tools and their use, along with practical experiences through laboratories. Critical and theoretical perspectives on the tools, their use, and their social impacts will be discussed.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1164

GEOG 104

: Cities and Urbanism
2023 Semester Two (1235)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1165

GEOG 104

: Cities and Urbanism
2022 Semester Two (1225)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1166

GEOG 104

: Cities and Urbanism
2021 Semester Two (1215)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1167

GEOG 104

: Cities and Urbanism
2020 Semester Two (1205)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1168

GEOG 104G

: Cities and Urbanism
2021 Semester Two (1215)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1169

GEOG 104G

: Cities and Urbanism
2020 Semester Two (1205)
What makes a great city? This course explores 'urbanism' in both historical and contemporary cities to determine the essence of urbanity and the way that citizens (and visitors) experience city life. The dynamics and character of cities are considered in terms of their built environment, environmental systems, population, social diversity, and planning policies and practices.
Subject: Geography
No pre-requisites or restrictions
1170

GEOG 140

: Geographic Information and Spatial Thinking
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An introduction to the conceptual base of Geographic Information Science, the practical use of geo-spatial data and various societal issues related to the use of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. Covers a range of contemporary geospatial technologies. It covers key concepts and principles behind the development and application of these technologies. The course exercises cover a range of application of GIS for analysis and display of spatial data, focusing on non-programmable solutions.
Subject: Geography
Restriction: EARTHSCI 210, GEOG 210, GISCI 140
1171

GEOG 140

: Geographic Information and Spatial Thinking
2020 Semester One (1203)
An introduction to the conceptual base of Geographic Information Science, the practical use of geo-spatial data and various societal issues related to the use of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. Covers a range of contemporary geospatial technologies. It covers key concepts and principles behind the development and application of these technologies. The course exercises cover a range of application of GIS for analysis and display of spatial data, focusing on non-programmable solutions.
Subject: Geography
Restriction: EARTHSCI 210, GEOG 210, GISCI 140
1172

GEOG 140

: Geographic Information and Spatial Thinking
2020 Summer School (1200)
An introduction to the conceptual base of Geographic Information Science, the practical use of geo-spatial data and various societal issues related to the use of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. Covers a range of contemporary geospatial technologies. It covers key concepts and principles behind the development and application of these technologies. The course exercises cover a range of application of GIS for analysis and display of spatial data, focusing on non-programmable solutions.
Subject: Geography
Restriction: EARTHSCI 210, GEOG 210, GISCI 140
1173

GEOG 202

: Cities, Regions and Communities
2023 Semester One (1233)
A critical examination of geographic processes and consequences in contemporary society. Topics are selected from the instructors' research interests, which include: the transformation of urban places and spaces; the forms and location of industries and retailing; social geographies of the city; New Zealand's linkages with the global economy and society; urban historical geographies; and demographic and social changes in New Zealand and the Pacific region.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1174

GEOG 202

: Cities, Regions and Communities
2022 Semester One (1223)
A critical examination of geographic processes and consequences in contemporary society. Topics are selected from the instructors' research interests, which include: the transformation of urban places and spaces; the forms and location of industries and retailing; social geographies of the city; New Zealand's linkages with the global economy and society; urban historical geographies; and demographic and social changes in New Zealand and the Pacific region.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points
1175

GEOG 202

: Cities, Regions and Communities
2021 Semester One (1213)
A critical examination of geographic processes and consequences in contemporary society. Topics are selected from the instructors' research interests, which include: the transformation of urban places and spaces; the forms and location of industries and retailing; social geographies of the city; New Zealand's linkages with the global economy and society; urban historical geographies; and demographic and social changes in New Zealand and the Pacific region.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 60 points