Study of Arkansas' natural and cultural environments with emphasis on how various groups, past and present, interact with the state's natural regions. Geologic, climate, soil, and vegetation patterns are examined. Settlement patterns; economic activities, including agriculture, forestry, mining, and industry; and population distributions are analyzed and placed together with the state's natural regions. Three credit hours.
Arts, Letters, Sciences, Tech Fee - AHSS - Part 1, Tuition - AHSS - Part 1, Undergraduate Level Course, Upper Level Course (3000-4000), On-line Course, Online Course POT 1