|Module Title||PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY FOR COUNTRYSIDE MANAGERS|
|Co-ordinator||Mr Ian Keirle|
|Assessment||Assignment||Geology/geomorphology assignment Outcomes assessed: 1, 2, 3||50%|
|Exam||1.5 Hours Short answer test. Outcomes assessed: 1, 2, 3||50%|
Geomorphological processes responsible for creating landscape features are recognised and explained.
a. An understanding of the geomorphological processes involved in erosion and the resultant geomorphological features is
b. An understanding of depositional processes and the resulting geomorphological features is demonstrated.
c. An understanding of the importance of transport to the formation of geomorphological features is demonstrated.
Erosion: Glacial, fluvial, marine, aeolian
Deposition: Glacial, fluvial, marine, aeolian.
Transport: Glacial, fluvial, marine, aeolian.
The changing nature of climatic and environmental conditions over time is understood.
a. An understanding of the changing climatic conditions over time is demonstrated.
b. An understanding of the effects of environmental conditions on landforms is demonstrated.
Climate: Glacial, interglacial, present day.
Environmental conditions: Sea level change, temperature, altitude, precipitation.