GEOG 1130 - Geography of Natural Hazards
Lec. 3. Credit 3.
The societal and economic impact of natural hazards including flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, disease, wildfire, drought, famine, and climate change. The response of governments, cultures, and individuals to natural hazards.
◆ Meets Tennessee Technological University and Tennessee Board of Regents minimum degree requirements.
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