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World Regional Geography GEO 109 Gary Howe: Welcome

This course is a study of world regions. For each region we will consider the relationship between the natural environment, cultural background, economic conditions, and local problems that relate to world issues. Group 1 course.

Welcome to World Regional Geography

This geography course is a study of geography through world Realms. For each realm studied students will consider the relationship between the natural environment, cultural landscape and context, economic conditions, and how current local issues connect to a global a perspective and related issues.  

 

Proposed Schedule  

(NOTE: The schedule has been edited to reflect the correct dates for Spring Break.) 

Date Subject
17-Jan Ice Day
19-Jan Introduction
24-Jan Global Issues Shaping Geographic Change
26-Jan Global Issues Shaping Geographic Change
31-Jan Exam 1: Introduction + Global Issues
2-Feb Europe
7-Feb Europe
9-Feb Russia
14-Feb Exam 2: Europe + Russia
16-Feb Middle America
21-Feb Middle America
23-Feb South America
28-Feb South America
2-Mar Exam 3: Middle America + South America
7-Mar Sub-Saharan Africa
9-Mar Sub-Saharan Africa
14-Mar Middle East & Central Asia
16-Mar Middle East & Central Asia
21-Mar Final Report Introduction
23-Mar Exam 4:Sub-Saharan Africa + Middle East & Central Asia
28-Mar Spring Break
30-Mar Spring Break
4-Apr South Asia
6-Apr South Asia
11-Apr East Asia
13-Apr East Asia
18-Apr East Asia
20-Apr Exam 5: South Asia + East Asia
25-Apr  
27-Apr Exit Interviews: Final Report
2-May Office Hours

Textbook


Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) Library Research Guide on World Geography

by Gary Howe is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.