Changing Geographies of China
Prerequisite: Permission of BSOS-Geography department. Or GEOG202; and GEOG201; and (GEOG435, GEOG333, or GEOG332). Recommended: GEOG130; or GEOG140. Credit only granted for: GEOG328B or GEOG421. Formerly: GEOG328B. Covers physical geography, history, and economic and political systems of the world's most populous country. The major focus will be on geographical issues in China's contemporary development: agriculture, population, urbanization, resource and energy, and environment.