Environmental Geography, Climate, and Health (GEOG 480)

GEOG 480

5 credits


Location: DEN 307

Schedule: TTh 1:30-3:20

Department: Geography

Quarter: Spring

Instructor: Jonathan Mayer

Demonstrates and investigates how human-environment relations are expressed in the context of health and disease. Local and global examples emphasize the ways medical geography is situated at the intersection of the social, physical, and biological sciences. Examines interactions between individual health, public health, and social, biological, and physical phenomena.