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GEO1150 Geography and Environment: People, Pattern, Process
Credit Points: 15
This introductory unit explores the interplay of past and present physical and ecological processes in shaping the human environment. Emphasis is given to the complex and dynamic relationships between people and places. Students investigate interactions between people and environmental systems and processes in such themes as the environment as an integrated system, and the changing form and function of the built environment. These themes are expressed locally and have broader global significance. The unit draws on interdisciplinary perspectives and students develop geographical skills and knowledge through practical activities and field projects

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
Y94Bachelor of Planning
C55Bachelor of Sustainability
MIAAHAEnvironmental Studies Minor
MABUURHumanities and Arts Major
MABUTYSocial Science Education Major
MIAAGZSocial Science Education Minor
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2013 VET: 20/05/2013