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Physical Geography I – Landforms and Physical Processes

Students will observe patterns of seismic and volcanic activity around the world and the relationship of those patterns to the location of diverse landforms, plate boundaries, and the distribution of population. Based on their exploration of these relationships, students will form a hypothesis about the planet’s distribution of earthquake and volcanic activity, and identify those cities that face the greatest risk from those phenomena.

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