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GEOG 334: Environmental Change
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An exploration of the nature and causes of change in selected aspects of the physical environment. Key themes are: a) natural processes driving environmental change and variability; b) humans as agents of change, and; c) biophysical and societal sensitivity to change. Course content will include past, present, and future interactions between society and environmental change, with examples primarily drawn from climatology, hydrology/water resources, and ecology.
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II, including EARTHSCI 261 or GEOG 261, or equivalent