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This course considers the geographical patterns that characterise the Earth’s physical and human environments and landscapes, and the processes that operate within and lead to changes in these. It is also concerned with the ways in which people occupy the Earth’s surface, their movements and settlements, and their perceptions and use of landscapes, resources and space. Lecture material is presented in study blocks covering: glaciology and palaeoclimates; biogeography and soils; economic, social and cultural geographies; and sustainable transport. Key concepts and skills are reinforced through small tutor-led classes (workgroups).
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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