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Nov 16, 2016 by Andrii Berdnyk (aberdnyk)
GEOG 3218 : Arctic Systems
Wed, 16 Nov 2016 09:04:15 GMT
Mon, 07 Nov 2016 00:25:31 GMT
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Arctic regions examined from an interdisciplinary perspective, linking different elements of physical and human geography; Arctic climate, oceans, landscapes, and ecosystems; key issues involving interaction between humans and the environment; climate change and its effects in the Arctic.
1. Recognize the importance of the Arctic regions in the Earth system;
2. Analyze the role of the land, seas, climate, ecology, and natural resources of the Arctic;
3. Evaluate challenges presented by the physical environment and their role in human development of the Arctic;
4. Apply knowledge of critical issues facing the Arctic region to climate change problems;
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