Selected Topics in Geography I

Lecturer

Roland Baumhauer
Tobias Ullmann

ECTS

5 ECTS

 

Aim

The students learn synthesis and integration of their knowledge on geofactors. They are able to consider natural and cultural aspects for site-specific and planning assessment.

 

Content

The module focuses the geofactors bedrock, topography, climate, soils, water, and plants and their relevance for landscape forming processes as well as for land-use. Basic geofactors of natural landscapes related to anthropogenic impact (land-use, settlements, infrastructure, etc.) are communicated.
 

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