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Course Contents

Introduction and historical perspective i Scope and significance ii Nature of environment II The structure of ecosystems i Principles of Ecosystems ii Ecosystems function iii Problems and Principles of Ecology III Material Cycle i The hydrologic cycle ii Natural purification cycl IV Energy Sources and Uses i Energy Sources ii Major Categories of energy Users V Resources i Soil resources ii Mineral and Water resources iii Land as a resource VI Pollution i Air, water and noise VII Waste Management.

Course Synopsis

This course aims to provide an awareness and understanding to the students about the environment,its significance, structure and resources.

Course Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, the student will: • Develop an ability to see meaningful relationships between people, places, and the environment. • Able to analyze human-environment interaction(s) for a specific case and for specified social and/or environmental conditions. • Able to interpret geographic patterns using core geographic concepts.

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Edition : 2nd
Publisher : Asunders College Publishing: Philadelphia.

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