Geography and Planning
Research the impact of human activities on the environment. Travel to the Czech Republic and discover the country's architecture and history. Learn practical skills in field and laboratory techniques, and remote sensing technology. Get practical experience with Geographic Information Systems. These are just a few opportunities available to you when you choose to major in Geography and Planning at the University of Saskatchewan.
John Pomeroy's snow research featured on The Nature of Things
posted November 14, 2014
The Nov. 13, 2014 episode of CBC documentary series The Nature of Things, titled "Chasing...
Pomeroy to Chair and Present at UN Climate Change and Water Workshop
posted November 3, 2014
Professor John Pomeroy has been invited to chair sessions and present at the UNESCO International Workshop on Climate Change Impacts on Snow, Glacier and Water Resources: Multidisciplinary Network...
New Term 2 Course - PLAN 445 - Planning with Indigenous Communities
posted October 16, 2014
media coverage of Centre for Hydrology climate change and wetland flood implication research
posted July 14, 2014
It continues to be a terrible flood. The convergence of new research results and the need for that information to be made publically available to explain the flooding and propose public policy to...
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