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Geography invites critical and creative thinking about our impact on the Earth, the equal distribution of resources, and sustainable living across the globe. Our programs cover social, cultural, economic, and natural science topics including landscape analysis, water resources, fire management, landscape ecology and biogeography, ecological restoration, climatology, and climate change.
GEOG 103 + GEOG 352 Offered during Winter SessionGEOG 103: Mobile, Wired and Tracked and GEOG 352: The United States will be offered online during Winter Session 2017. For more information, view Regional & Continuing Education's Winter Session flyer or website.
APCG 2017: Chico, CA
The Geography & Planning Department will be hosting the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers' Annual Meeting in the fall of 2017. More...
Geography Professor's Recently Published Book
Professor Jacque Chase is co-editor of the recently published book Insurgencies and Revolutions: Reflections on John Friedmann’s Contributions to Planning Theory and Practice (Routledge 2017). More...