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GEO 120: INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY


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Phone: (619) 644-7358
Office: Building 37, 300 A4
Office Hours: Tues 3:30-7; Wed 11-12:30; Thurs 11:30-12:30

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*Use the book practice quizzes along with our review questions to prepare for the concept quizzes and tests
 
*Use the interactive map quizzes online here or here to prepare for our map quizzes
 
 
EXPLORE THIS WEBSITE TO HELP YOU ALONG IN YOUR QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE...

SYLLABUS: Click here to find your own personal class syllabus

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Map Resources: Search this link to find many different maps that you may find helpful

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Lecture Topics: Search this link to review the most current lectures, find additional resources about lecture topics, take practice quizzes, and more!

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Practice Questions: Use this link to make sure you understand everything as we progress and prepare for the tests as they near

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Book Resources: Choose your textbook companion website for reviews, practice tests, quizzes, and more

PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY.NET: An online textbook you can read and review for further information about everything we discuss in class. 

ONLINE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY COURSE: This is a perfect way to follow along with exactly what we are doing in class.

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Class Handouts: print out test packets handed out in class and the essay assignments

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REAL TIME DATA: Peek within to find the most up to date information about the physical world around you (everything from weather and atmospheric pressure to earthquakes, magnetic fields and SURF)

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COURSE OUTLINE: This is a tentative outline of everything we'll be covering in this course. It is a good place to start when reviewing how we've progressed and to make sure you know all the concepts listed inside and out.

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Last Updated: 08/21/2017
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