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Northern Studies courses offer students the opportunity to examine human-environment interactions in a circumpolar context, with attention directed to the challenges associated with rapid environmental change.

Northern Studies in Geography and Planning

Northern Studies courses offer students the opportunity to examine human-environment interactions in a circumpolar context, with attention directed to the challenges associated with rapid environmental change.

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2022-2023 Course Offerings

GEOG 150.3 Introduction to the Circumpolar World (CRN 86485, Fall 2022, on-line)
Instructor: Peter Goode (
peter.goode@usask.ca)

GEOG 351.3 Northern Environments (CRN 85759, Fall 2022, hybrid:asynchronous + in-person)
Instructor: Alec Aitken (alec.aitken@usask.ca)

GEOG 380.3 Environmental Geography of the Circumpolar North (CRN 27136, Winter 2023, hybrid: asynchronous + in-person)
Instructor: Alec Aitken (
alec.aitken@usask.ca)


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