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Landscape

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Department
Geography
Course
GGRA03H3
Professor
Susannah Bunce
Semester
Winter

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GGRA03 Landscape Nature and EnvironmentKey concepts in the study of urban environments and urban geographyExamines how pristine nature trees wildlife water soil grasslands etc is produced through social decisions and practicesNature is constantly reproduced through the evolution of social decisions and practicesThe relationship between social decisions and practices and changing natural landscapes makes it impossible to separate society from natureSocionature intertwining of social and natural processes in the transformation of natureCyborg Urbanization mechanical insertions into natural urban spacesstraightening of river channelsdams solar panelswindmillsThe production of nature is highly apparent in cities due to population concentration industrial activity and infrastructure under and above the groundThe urban natural landscape is always changing due to political decisions economic interests and public needs and uses soci
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