Economic Geography examines the changing locations and spatial patterns of economic activity. Topics include spatial economic principles of trade, transportation, communications, and corporate organization; regional economic development, and the rise of the geospatial economy. As a survey course, GEG 211 is based on the theme of location theory and presented through the use of web-based, interactive geographic information technologies, such as digital maps, charts, and globes combined with digital photographs, video clips, audio, graphics, and animation. Three class hours. This is a social science course. (SUNY-SS).
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Spring Semester 2014
Building 8, Room 212
M-F 8:45 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.