Geography 160 is the second half of an introductory course in physical geography. Subjects covered in this term include landforms, weathering, mass movement, plate tectonics, igneous processes, glaciers, river systems, costal processes, and soils. Laboratories will include rock and mineral identification, plate tectonics, topographical and airphoto interpretation of landforms, hydrological measurement, landslide assessment, and identification of coastal landforms. (3,3,0)
Grade 12 or Adult Dogwood with Geography 12 recommended.