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GEOG 210 Economic Geography and Sustainability
The location of economic activity and the spatial variation of such basic elements as land resources, population, and technology are analyzed. Levels of development, patterns of production, consumption, and exchange, and analysis of population problems, selected economies, regionalization and planning strategies are also considered.Comparisons of More Developed Countries (MDCs) and Less Developed Countries (LDCs). Detailed examination of global energy resources and new technologies for their utilization. Detailed look at sustainable approaches to resource consumption and economic development. Offered Fall and Spring. (LA, SS3)
Prerequisite: SoS or GEOG 100.
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