Geography 151: Introduction to Regional Geography:  North America, Europe and Russia

Fall 2005
Instructor: Robert Mark Simpson                                    
Day and Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00-12:15 ; 1:00-2:15               

Location: Johnson EPS Building, Room 207; 227


"Earth is our only suitable habitat.  Geography's task is to discover and capture its horizons in order to understand how people live and work and utilize its resources.  This understanding is more urgently required than ever...because of new global realities--the the interconnected, integrated, interdependent character of our lives."  Geography for Life: National Geography Standards, 1994, page238.


Introduction to Regional Geography: North America, Europe and Russia is an integrated study of the cultural, political and physical aspects of countries and regions within North America, Europe and Russia. 

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