Required Course Materials Summer and Fall 2014

SUMMER

May 4 weekAnalyzing Spatial Networks GY453 001/002 40317/40318
June 4 weekPhysical Geography I GY250 001 50042 Physical Geography I Laboratory GY252 001 50049
July 4 week Physical Geography II Laboratory GY253 001 60029


FALL

Physical Geography I GY250 003 11848 Physical Geography I Laboratory GY252 007 11972
Concepts in Earth Science GY510 001 11849
Organization and Management of Spatial Systems GY455/GY455G 001/002 13213/13215 Introduction to Spatial Analysis GIS510 001 11965
Cost-Benefit Analysis EM862 001 12832


GY 250 Physical Geography I: Lecture AND GY252 Physical Geography I: Laboratory

NOTE: YOU MUST REGISTER FOR THE ON-LINE PAIR OF COURSES, you should not take one on-line and one on campus

Darrel Hess and Dennis Tasa, McKnight's Physical Geography: A Landscape Appreciation 11th ed. (Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 2012). ISBN 978-0321820433

Dr. Miriam Helen Hill, Resource Manual Physical Geography I Lecture and Laboratory GY250 and GY252 (Jacksonville, AL: Jacksonville State University, 2012 WWW).

Other materials: computer headset (earphones and microphone), webcam, a ruler, basic function calculator, and other such basic classroom and office instruments will be required. MS PowerPoint is required, MS Office 2007 or 2010 is recommended.


GY 253 Physical Geography II: Laboratory

Analyzing Spatial Networks GY453/453G


Concepts in Earth Science GY 510


Organization and Management of Spatial Systems GY455/455G

Introduction to Spatial Analysis GIS 510


Cost-Benefit Analysis EM 862

*For computer specifications see: http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/system-requirements/10.2/index.html#//015100000002000000