[Not offered in 2012]
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 2|
|Administered by:||Sch of Earth & Environmental Sciences|
Field Studies in Tropical Geography is an intensive mode subject that teaches and develops the field skills needed by students of geography and cognate disciplines. The subject is taught in intensive mode in remote areas chosen to take advantage of current staff research activities and interests. Accordingly, destinations change from time to time. Field Studies in Tropical Geography provides a regional perspective on the geography of northern Australia with emphasis on interaction between natural and cultural environments. It addresses: landuse, landuse change and resource management in northern Australia; geomorphology of northern Australia and adjoining land and sea; conservation and biogeography of northern Australia and adjoining land; environmental history in northern Australia and adjoining land and sea; and environmental aspects of indigenous cultures of northern Australia.
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