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Winter 2024
Jun 21,2024
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G 102 - Earth's Dynamic Surface
Associated Term: Winter 2024
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Recognize, describe, and interpret landforms in the field or using photos, maps, models, case studies, or other representations. This includes landforms associated with: streams, glaciers, deserts, coastlines, mass wasting, and groundwater
2. Describe and analyze processes associated with landscape evolution and the formation of landforms, including: erosion and deposition, weathering and soil, sediment transport, the hydrologic cycle, plate tectonics
3. Assess and evaluate human interactions with earth surface processes, including environmental, social, and economic impacts and human hazards related to mass wasting, flooding, groundwater pollution, groundwater depletion, global climate change, sea level transgression, and desertification
4. Identify rock and mineral properties and aspects of the rock cycle that impact geomorphology
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