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Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences - Advanced Glacial Geomorphology

Geography 4333 Advanced Glacial Geomorphology
Processes and landforms associated with modern and past glacial environments. Glacial dynamics, processes of erosion, transportation and deposition, and glaciotectonism will be studied. Glacial environment continuum, with the associated subglacial, ice-marginal and proglacial, sediments and landforms will also be considered. Practical exercises will be emphasized.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Geography 2351 and 3315; or permission of the Chair of the Department of Geography and the Environment
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in the third and fourth year of any program except with permission of the Chair of the Department of Geography and the Environment.
Course Classifications: Type C: Engineering, Mathematical and Natural Sciences