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  • 1. Welcome to Earth’s Environmental Systems: Physical Geography GEO 110
  • 2. Instructor: Dan Cadol Office: McGlothlin-Street 216 Email: [email_address] Phone: 221-2446 Lectures: MWF 9:00-9:50am in McG-S 20 Office hours: Mon 10am-noon; Tues 1-4pm; or by appointment
  • 3.  
  • 4. Text: Strahler, A. and A. Strahler. 2005. Physical Geography: Science and Systems of the Human Environment. 3rd edition. John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
  • 5. The Earth in General (intro to geography)
  • 6.
    • Rocks
    • (aka. the Lithosphere)
    • What do you expect… this is the geology department.
  • 7.
    • Water
    • (aka. the Hydroshpere)
  • 8.
    • Air
    • (aka. the Atmosphere)
  • 9.
    • Life
    • (aka. the Biosphere)
  • 10. What is geography?
  • 11.  
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  • 16.
    • Quantitative
    • number
    • length
    • temperature
    • time
    • concentration
    • Qualitative
    • description
    • type
    • classification
    • color
    • relative amount
    “ We sure are burning a lot of fossil fuels, and it seems like there’s more CO 2 in the air than there used to be.”
  • 17.  
  • 18. Optional math review sessions
    • Thursday 4-4:45 pm
    • Monday 4-4:45 pm
    • Wednesday 4-4:45 pm
    • Room 230 McG-S (subject to change)
  • 19. Grading
    • Quizzes 10% (throw away the 2 lowest scores)
    • Problem sets 20%
    • Exam 1 15%
    • Exam 2 20%
    • Final Exam 25%
    • Class participation 10%
  • 20.
    • maps
    • GIS
    • remote sensing
    • statistics
    • mathematical models
    • LOGIC!
    The Tools of Geography USGS 7.5’ Topographic Quadrangle
  • 21. Spider Rock, Canyon de Chelly, AZ 1941 2003
  • 22. The Tools of Geography
    • maps
    • GIS
    • remote sensing
    • statistics
    • numerical models
    • LOGIC!
    Geographic Information Systems
  • 23. The Tools of Geography
    • maps
    • GIS
    • remote sensing
    • statistics
    • numerical models
    • LOGIC!
    Air Photos, Satellite Images, LiDAR
  • 24. The Tools of Geography
    • maps
    • GIS
    • remote sensing
    • statistics
    • numerical models
    • LOGIC!
    Spatial Statistics
  • 25. The Tools of Geography
    • maps
    • GIS
    • remote sensing
    • statistics
    • numerical models
    • LOGIC!
    Numerical Model of Reservoir Filling
  • 26.
    • maps
    • GIS
    • remote sensing
    • statistics
    • numerical models
    • LOGIC!
    Which object best approximates the shape of the Earth? Frisbee Beachball The Tools of Geography
  • 27. Quiz #1 (take home, due Friday)
    • 3 simple questions:
    • Who are you? (name, year, major)
    • What do you hope to learn in Geology 110?
    • Where is home?
    • (This could be where you were born, where you were raised, where you live now, where your folks live... Whatever feels most like home to you.)
  • 28. Quiz #1 (take home, due Friday)
    • 1 question that requires a tiny amount of effort:
    • What are the coordinates of home in latitude and longitude?
    • I grew up in Jackson, WY, USA, so I would say:
    • Decimal degrees: 43.472° N, 110.771° W
    • or
    • Degrees, minutes, seconds: 43°28′19″ N, 110°46′16″ W