This is the web page for GEOG112- Earth System Science.

The course over the summer was cancelled due to low enrollment. 
Three sections will be offered during the Fall 2017 term
Section 001 - MWF 10:00-10:50 AM (closed)
Section 002 - MWF 11:00-11:50 AM (closed)
Section 003 - MWF 09:00-09:50 AM (8 seats still available)


Welcome to Dr. Jim Durbin's
Geography 112 -Earth System Science homepage
Fall 2017 semester

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Instructor and Proprietor
of this page is
Dr. Jim Durbin
Associate Professor
of Geology



The image above of the Grand Canyon was taken by Jim Durbin 27 years ago when he was an undergraduate on a class field trip.

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Other web pages for courses taught by Dr. Jim Durbin
GEOG215 -CLIMATOLOGY
GEOL161 -PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
GEOL261- ADVANCED PHYSICAL GEOLOGY
GEOL311-CONCEPTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
GEOL481-ADVANCED ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY 

Earth Systems Science is a Physical Geography course that is taught in the Fall, Spring and often (depending on enrollment)
during the Summer II semesters. Because it is a Physical Geography course, it is not like cultural geography.
It has content similar to physical geology, but includes a number of topics not taught in most physical geology
courses such as weather systems, climatology, astronomy, and oceanography! 
This course meets the requirements for Core39 Ways of Knowing as well as Natural Science in the BA/BS category.