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GEOG 319 A   Population and Environment back to previous pageBack to Results  
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EnrollmentGeneral181440
Total181440

InstructorBurnett, Adam W.
InstructorKraly, Ellen P.
MeetsMWF920-1010, HO 326
RestrictionsNo 2021 Instructor signature required
NotesOpen only to students accepted in W Australia extended study
DistributionSocial Relations,Inst.& Agents
Core AreaNone
Count TowardsENS2/Environmental Economics ENS3/Environmental Geography ENS5/Environmental Studies MUST/Museum Studies

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This course engages students in the analysis of the relationship between historical and contemporary human population dynamics and environmental processes and change. Theoretical perspectives on the relationships between and among population processes and the environment are considered on the basis of empirical evidence and also within the context of political debate and popular discourse. Students engage this topic through analytics skills in demography to measure and model population characteristics such as growth, distribution, fertility, mortality, and migration; and in selected environmental processes including climate and weather, land and landscapes, water resources, and biological resources and biodiversity. Having gained perspectives and skills to address population and environment interactions, students examine a global, national, or regional case study of observed and expected relationships between population processes and environmental resources, processes, and systems.


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