GEOG 305: Geography of Agriculture
Geography of Agriculture Crosslisted as AGRO 305, HORT 305
Historical, cultural and biophysical constraints of American agriculture through the integration of Web-based sources (USDA geospatial databases), geographic information systems, and spatial/temporal models. Introduction to crops and evolution of agriculture in North America and available digital resources (biogeoinformatics) to understand the patterns, trends, people, places and processes of rural landscapes.
|Course Format:||Lab 3, Lecture 2|