Must be taken concurrently with GEOG 1 or after completing GEOG 1.
An earth environment laboratory that explains in greater depth the ideas and relationships of physical geography. Stresses the scientific method in interpreting Earth-sun relations; time; earth representation through globes and maps; weather (temperature, moisture, pressure and winds); climate; natural vegetation; soils and landform evolution by tectonic forces, erosion and deposition.
I am currently not teaching Geog 1L
GEOG 2: Cultural Geography Lecture
Introduction to social and political elements of geography and a survey of major cultural patterns.