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GEOG 3633

Cities and Nature

A historical and thematic survey of the interrelationships between cities, urbanization, and nature. The perspective is that of socio-nature, which emphasizes the interactions between human activities and the environment at the scales of urban places, cities, and urban systems. Cities and urban systems cannot be understood without knowledge of non-human processes and systems, and nature cannot be understood without knowledge of urbanization processes and patterns.


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