Middlebury

GEOG 0206

The Global Environment

The Global Environment
This course will provide an introduction to the study of the physical environment, with an emphasis on how environmental systems interact. The first half of the course will focus on Earth’s climate, specifically, Earth’s energy budget, the greenhouse effect, global wind and weather patterns, and global ocean circulation patterns. The second half of the course will focus on patterns and processes of the Earth’s surface by examining global patterns of vegetation and the creation of landforms by fluvial, glacial, and aeolian processes. We will use this foundation to understand how our rapidly changing climate will alter each of these systems. 3 hrs. lect./1.5 hrs. lab
Subject:
Geography
Department:
Geography
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
DED
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2022

GEOG0206A-S22 Lecture
GEOG0206Y-S22 Lab
GEOG0206Z-S22 Lab

Spring 2021

GEOG0206A-S21 Lecture (Fastovich)
GEOG0206Y-S21 Lab (Fastovich)
GEOG0206Z-S21 Lab (Fastovich)

Fall 2006

GEOG0206A-F06 Lecture (Mayer)
GEOG0206X-F06 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Y-F06 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Z-F06 Discussion (Mayer)

Fall 2005

GEOG0206A-F05 Lecture (Mayer)
GEOG0206X-F05 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Y-F05 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Z-F05 Discussion (Mayer)

Fall 2004

GEOG0206A-F04 Lecture (Mayer)
GEOG0206X-F04 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Y-F04 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Z-F04 Discussion (Mayer)

Fall 2003

GEOG0206A-F03 Lecture (Mayer)
GEOG0206X-F03 Discussion (Mayer)
GEOG0206Y-F03 Discussion (Mayer)