Geography Offers New Courses
The Geography Department is offering four new experimental courses for the 2014-2015 academic year:
GEOG-2418 (Health Geography)
GEOG 2419 (Resource Development and the Canadian Environment)
GEOG-4215 (Projects in Earth Science)
GEOG-4415 (Power, Knowledge, Geography)
Geography in the News
Earth's Magnetic Field Weakening More Quickly: DiscoveryNews (July 9, 2014)— The planet's magnetic field seems to be 10 times weaker than it was six months ago.
Manitobans scramble as higher dikes needed against flood: CBCNews (July 7, 2014)— People living in an area just west of Winnipeg have been hit with news that their flood dikes are not high enough.
Wastewater from energy extraction 'triggers US quake surge': BBCNews (July 3, 2014)— Researchers say there has been a forty-fold increase in the rate of quakes in the US state of Oklahoma between 2008-13.
Prairie flooding prompts evacuations in western Manitoba: CBCNews (July 1, 2014)— Total of 87 municipalities in Manitoba, Saskatchewan declare state of emergency.
Map of the Week: Lake Superior finally free of large ice chunks.
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