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GEOG 150 Physical Geography I: Biogeography, Meteorology and Climatology

An interesting overview of the physical environment and its relationship to human culture and impacts of human activities. Principal topics covered include: cartography and remote sensing, meteorology, climatology, global environmental problems, and biogeography. Laboratory experience will focus on map skills and methods in meteorology and biogeography. Field trips to examine local features and to collect data are required and may be scheduled on weekends. (3,3,0)

Credits 
3.0
Transfer Credits 
Please refer to the BC Transfer Guide. www.bctransferguide.ca
Prerequisites 

Grade 12 graduation, with Geography 12 recommended.