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Geography of National Parks

Explores physical geographic processes that shaped US naturalareas now designated as federally protected parks and monuments. Examines threats to these areas, especially from climate change,as well as political disputes, overcrowding, and recreationimpacts. Compares and contrasts US parks with examplesthroughout the world.

Section: INGEOG-199-FYE1
Credits: 4
Faculty: Christopher E Brehme
Days: TR
Times: 10:00AM‑11:45AM (TR)
Start/End Date: 08/24/20 - 12/05/20
Instruction Method: Online Course
Comments: Explores physical geographic processes that shaped US naturalareas now designated as federally protected parks and monuments. Examines threats to these areas, especially from climate change,as well as political disputes, overcrowding, and recreationimpacts. Compares and contrasts US parks with examplesthroughout the world.

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