43 episodes

The Geography Department offers students the opportunity to study a number of contemporary programs such as physical resource development, urban decay, business geography, pollution and other human problems. Geography stresses strategies for solving locational and environmental problems. Map design, computer mapping, GIS, statistics and the use of remotely sensed data are central to the field.

GEOG151 - World Regional Geography Binghamton University

    • Science

The Geography Department offers students the opportunity to study a number of contemporary programs such as physical resource development, urban decay, business geography, pollution and other human problems. Geography stresses strategies for solving locational and environmental problems. Map design, computer mapping, GIS, statistics and the use of remotely sensed data are central to the field.

    • video
    001-Professor Mark

    001-Professor Mark

    GEOG151 - World Regional Geography

    • 7 min
    • video
    Syllabus Overview 2015

    Syllabus Overview 2015

    GEOG151 - World Regional Geography

    • 14 min
    • video
    Blackboard Overview 2015

    Blackboard Overview 2015

    GEOG151 - World Regional Geography

    • 7 min
    • video
    004-Course Intro

    004-Course Intro

    GEOG151 - World Regional Geography

    • 19 min
    • video
    005-Diversity Amid Globalization Part 1

    005-Diversity Amid Globalization Part 1

    GEOG151 - World Regional Geography

    • 27 min
    • video
    006-Diversity Amid Globalization Part 2

    006-Diversity Amid Globalization Part 2

    GEOG151 - World Regional Geography

    • 34 min

Customer Reviews

J1294 ,

The old presentations were of better quality

The current ones with Prof. Reisenger (excuse misspelling) are extremely uneasy to listen to, he pauses in his speech and seems to have trouble gathering his thoughts and it causes the information as a whole to lose its flow as well as attraction to the listener.

Top Podcasts In Science

Listeners Also Subscribed To

More by Binghamton University