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2012-2013 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog

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ENS 410 - Landscape Analysis

Landscape analysis is a broadly interdisciplinary study that includes concepts and methods of sustainable physical/human geography, ecology, planning, and architecture. It includes the biophysical and societal causes and consequences of landscape heterogeneity, processes and evolution. Conceptual and theoretical core of this course links natural sciences with related human disciplines. Part of the Earth and Environment Theme. Cross-listed with GPY 410. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: GPY 100 or GEO 111 or BIO 105 or GPY 309.

Credits: 3

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