live-geographyberkeley.pantheon.berkeley.eduGeography at Berkeley
Is the study of the interconnected components of our environment the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere and how they interact to produce an integrated whole. It utilizes the fundamental disciplines of mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology and applies them in the context of human activities and landscapes to understand the Earth, at scales ranging from single watersheds to the entire globe. 8211; taught by Professor Laurel Larsen. January 5, 2017. December 14, 2016.