Experiential Learning

GEOG 213 - Introduction to Geomorphology  

This course includes two types of experiential learning – labs and a field trip – both of which facilitate skill development and exploration of course concepts. On the 2-day field trip in southern BC you will explore fundamental approaches, concepts and questions in geomorphology: How are mountains built? What controls topographic relief? Where do landscape materials come from? How do they get from mountain tops down to valley floors? Can we differentiate between landscapes formed by rivers and glaciers? This course is recommended to students interested in geography, earth science, environmental science, water science, natural resource management, and anyone who is curious about their natural surroundings.

Scenes from the field