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GEOG Geography

World regions; analysis of environment with emphasis on the major culture realms.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
76171 KD1 John Radzilowski
Distance Ed WEB
8/27 - 12/15

Delivered via web. Requires access to email and MSWord. View course information at classes.alaska.edu. Go to bookstore.mbsdirect.net/ualaska.htm for book information. Call 1-888-550-6177 with questions or for registration information.

Tuition and fees: $735 (additional charges may apply)

GEOG 102
4 CR
GER. Examines the atmospheric, hydrospheric, lithospheric, and oceanic systems that define the environment; the interactions among these systems; energy as an environmental parameter; and the effects of physical systems on the biosphere. The labs focus on measurement and description of the environment using methods from meteorology, hydrology, and earth science. Global Positioning Systems and other relevant field techniques are introduced.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
72865 J01 Eran Hood,
Jason Fellman
Whitehead 101
Thursday
9:00a - 12:00p
8/27 - 12/15
Egan Wing 112
Mon, Wed, Fri
12:00p - 1:00p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: MATH S105 or concurrent enrollment.

Stacked with ENVS S102-J01.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $1108 (additional charges may apply)

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72866 J02 Eran Hood,
Jason Fellman
Egan Wing 112
Mon, Wed, Fri
12:00p - 1:00p
8/27 - 12/15
Whitehead 101
Thursday
1:15p - 4:15p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: MATH S105 or concurrent enrollment.

Stacked with ENVS S102-J02.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $1108 (additional charges may apply)

GEOG 213
3 CR
A survey of natural hazards such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mass movements, floods, meteorite impacts, and extreme weather. Analysis of the geologic and atmospheric processes that develop them, reasons why certain regions are more vulnerable to disasters, the interplay between natural events and anthropogenic activity, as well as disaster preparation, forecasting, and mitigation.
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76586 J01 Sonia Nagorski
Whitehead 101
Mon, Wed, Fri
1:10p - 2:10p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: GEOG S102/ENVS S102, or GEOL S104; and MATH S151 or concurrent enrollment.

Stacked with ENVS S213-J01.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $801 (additional charges may apply)

Focuses on the basic building blocks of natural resources, the history of their management (or mismanagement), current practices, major regulatory issues surrounding their exploitation, and examples of responsible resource management.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
76587 J01 Staff
Egan Wing 114
Tue, Thu
9:45a - 11:15a
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: ENVS/GEOG S102 or instructor permission.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

GEOG 390
3 CR
Examines how space is produced through the creative ferments of social struggle over domination and insubordination. Our central concern will focus upon the differences and inequalities produced across various spatial scales – such as the urban, regional, national, and transnational – as well as oppositions of scale, such as city and country, center and periphery, and local and global. This course will engage theoretical questions, but will also situate these inquiries within ethnographic and historical texts that clarify the principal dynamics involved in the social production of space.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
77122 J01 Richard Simpson
Egan Library 104
Tue, Thu
3:00p - 4:30p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: GEOG S101 or instructor permission.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

Advanced GIS examines the object models used for the representation of spatially continuous data and the analysis of those data. Specific topics include terrain models; classification; suitability analysis; utilizing imagery; local, focal and zonal functions; surface modeling, and geo-referencing.
CRN SECTION INSTRUCTOR MEETS
76588 J01 Staff
Whitehead 103
Tue, Thu
11:30a - 1:00p
8/27 - 12/15

Prerequisite: ENVS/GEOG S338.

Stacked with ENVS S410-J01.

No notes

Tuition and fees: $939 (additional charges may apply)

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