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GEOG 351

: Coastal and Marine Studies
2022 Semester One (1223)
Focuses on the development of coastal landforms across a range of temporal and spatial scales. Introduces natural processes such as waves, tides and circulation, as well as geological-scale coastal evolution driven by changes in sea level and sediment supply. The course has an applied focus with specific emphasis on coastal management problems that affect society. Issues considered include coastal erosion during storms, the impacts of shoreline engineering, climate change and accelerating sea level rise.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II, including EARTHSCI 262 or GEOG 262, or equivalent
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GEOG 351

: Coastal and Marine Studies
2021 Semester One (1213)
Focuses on the development of coastal landforms across a range of temporal and spatial scales. Introduces natural processes such as waves, tides and circulation, as well as geological-scale coastal evolution driven by changes in sea level and sediment supply. The course has an applied focus with specific emphasis on coastal management problems that affect society. Issues considered include coastal erosion during storms, the impacts of shoreline engineering, climate change and accelerating sea level rise.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II, including EARTHSCI 262 or GEOG 262, or equivalent
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GEOG 351

: Coastal and Marine Studies
2020 Semester One (1203)
Focuses on the development of coastal landforms across a range of temporal and spatial scales. Introduces natural processes such as waves, tides and circulation, as well as geological-scale coastal evolution driven by changes in sea level and sediment supply. The course has an applied focus with specific emphasis on coastal management problems that affect society. Issues considered include coastal erosion during storms, the impacts of shoreline engineering, climate change and accelerating sea level rise.
Subject: Geography
Prerequisite: 45 points at Stage II, including EARTHSCI 262 or GEOG 262, or equivalent