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GEOG 2260 Geography of Natural Resources: Getting Started

Geography of Natural Resources

Geography of Natural Resources
GEOG 2260
Fall 2020

Study of natural resources within the framework of the man-environment system. Included are problems related to pollution, populations, technology, growth, conservation of the environment, and developmental planning as they relate to the various geographic areas of the Western world and the non-Western world.

Required Textbooks:

  1. Differentiate between conservation, preservation, and exploitation as these terms apply to natural resources
  2. Describe early man's view of resource use
  3. Identify resource use in cultural context as applied to various cultures on earth
  4. Apply modern GIS data collecting systems to resource management
  5. Select, identify, and choose geographical sources of natural resources on a world map

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