Physical Geography II Lab explores the hands-on, practical applications of basic knowledge gained in the companion course, Physical Geography II (GEG-111). Exercises involve use of maps, atlases, GPS units, and other geographic tools to observe, measure, and analyze the spatial significance of Earth’s plants, animals, and landforms. This is a natural science course. Three lab hours (SUNY-NS).
NOTE: This course only meets SUNY General Education Natural Science requirements when both GEG 110 and GEG 111 are successfully completed. (SUNY-NS).
Corequisite of Physical Geography II (GEG-111). Students that take GEG 110 are required to be taking or have taken GEG 111.
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Spring Semester 2014