Geography – Planet Earth 2

Michael O’Reilly

A comprehensive study of the many physical interconnections that exist to create our lived experience – which is really a bull dust way of getting to understand how and why people can live where they do. Studies will include the major aspects of climatology and weather, biomes, rivers, geology, soils, agriculture, industry, urban and rural populations¬† – but there’s more, (but no steak knives!), our studies will include mapping/compass skills and data interpretation.

Term three will be focusing on all the aspects related to human geography –¬† biomes, land use, agriculture, mining, industry/manufacturing, energy, service industries, pollution, settlement patterns, town planning, housing, cities, transport, population plus the statistics that are associated with these topics.

$2 to cover venue costs.