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GEOG 260 Geography of the United States and Canada
An exploration of the various regions of the United States and Canada with emphasis on the interrelationship of the human and natural resources, and the development of land use and settlement patterns. Special emphasis on planning problems such as urbanization, population, and environmental impact. Provides students with an understanding of the historical development and settlement of the American landscape. Practice in writing analytical reports centered on maps displaying current and and historical patterns is emphasized. Offered Spring only. (LA, SS3, BC3)
Prerequisite: SoS or GEOG 100.
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