UNBC Geography is a vibrant community of human & physical geographers connected to our undergraduate program & graduate students in a range of programs.
- Geog 200: BC People & Places
- Geog 202: Economic Geography of Resources and Sustainability
- Geog 205: Cartography and Geomatics
- Geog 222: World Regions: Russia
- Geog 305: Political Ecology
- Geog 306: Geography of International Development
- Geog 311: Drainage Basin Geomorphology
- Geog 312: Geomorphology of Cold Regions
- Geog 320: Sedimentology
- Geog 401: Tenure, Conflict, and Resource Geography
- Geog 414: Weathering Processes
- Geog 424: Social Geography of Northern Communities
- Geog 428: Health Geography in Practice
- Geog 457: Advanced Remote Sensing
- Geog 614: Weathering Processes
- Geog 624: Social Geography of Northern Communities
- Geog 628: Advanced Medical Geography
- Geog 657: Advanced Remote Sensing
- Albers, S.J. and Petticrew, E.L. 2013. Biogeomorphic impacts of migration and disturbance: implications of salmon spawning and decay. Geomorphology http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.02.002
- Hall, K. 2013. Weathering and landforms in cold regions. In .F.Shroder (ed.)Treatise on Geomorphology, 4, 258-276. San Diego, Academic Press.
- Owens, P.N., Giles, T.R., Petticrew, E.L., Leggat, M., Moore, R.D., and Eaton, B.C. (2013). Muted responses of streamflow and suspended sediment flux in a wildfire-affected watershed. Geomorphology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.01.001
- Ryser, L., Markey, S., and Halseth, G. 2013. Developing the next generation of community-based researchers: Tips for undergraduate students. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 37(1), 11–27.