Jun 19, 2021  
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GEOG 481 - Geomorphology


4 credits
Provides a systematic and quantitative study of terrestrial processes, with an emphasis on the evolution and interpretation of landforms. Topics include the history of geomorphology and an assessment of the processes associated with mass wasting, rivers, glaciers, deserts, and shorelines. Students should be familiar with basic logarithms, trigonometry, and topographic-map–reading skills. Approved for University Studies (Integration - Strand H).Prerequisite(s): G 102  or ES 111 , ES 112 ; completion of the University Studies (Quantitative Reasoning) requirement; and upper division or graduate standing(Cross-listed with ES 481 /G 481 )



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