Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning
Department of Geography and Planning

Department of Geography and Planning

The Department of Geography and Planning is an integrated department that studies the earth's places, societies, environments and landscapes. The Department is unique in bridging the social sciences and humanities (human geography and urban planning) with earth system science (physical geography and environmental planning) and offers BA, BSc, MA, MSc, MPL and PhD degree programs as well as a Certificate in Geographic Information Science.

  • Basket weaving in Maun Botswana (Photo by Meg Ogden)

    Basket weaving in Maun Botswana (Photo Credit: Meg Ogden)

  • Bobby the Wildebeast Botswana (Photo by Mark Hovorka)

    Bobby the Wildebeast Botswana (Photo Credit: Mark Hovorka)

  • Fieldtrip to Fieldwork land art site near Perth, Ontario with GPHY 870 Historical and Cultural Issues in Fieldwork, September 2017

    Field trip to Fieldwork land art site near Perth, Ontario with GPHY 870 Historical and Cultural Issues in Fieldwork, September 2017 (Photo Credit: Unknown)

  • GPHY 368 Environments and Society field trip to KARC Nov 2017 - heap of recycling (Photo by GPHY 368 member)

    GPHY 368 Environments and Society field trip to KARC Nov 2017 - heap of recycling (Photo Credit: GPHY 368 member)

  • A mosaic of tree cross-section samples collected from forest patches within the forest-tundra ecotone of the Northwest Territories (Photo by Dr. Greg King)

    A mosaic of tree cross-section samples collected from forest patches within the forest-tundra ecotone of the Northwest Territories (Photo Credit: Dr. Greg King)

  • Forest field research in Petawawa Research Forest, Ontario. Early morning encounter with moose (Photo by Racel Perron)

    Forest field research in Petawawa Research Forest, Ontario. Early morning encounter with moose (Photo Credit: Rachel Perron)

  • Masters student (Sean Arruda) monitoring plant growth at Cape Bounty Arctic Watershed Observatory

    Masters student (Sean Arruda) monitoring plant growth at Cape Bounty Arctic Watershed Observatory (Photo Credit: Unknown)

  • Ashley Rudy (Ph.D. 2016) sampling river water downstream of permafrost disturbances, Banks Island, July 2015

    Ashley Rudy (Ph.D. 2016) sampling river water downstream of permafrost disturbances, Banks Island, July 2015 (Photo Credit: Unknown)

  • SURP photos - CIP - Quebec City (Photo by Nick Kuhl)

    SURP students at CIP, Quebec City (Photo Credit: Nick Kuhl)

  • SURP photos - City of Kingston - Third Crossing meeting (Photo by Nick Kuhl)

    SURP students at City of Kingston - Third Crossing meeting (Photo Credit: Nick Kuhl)

  • Danais Ponce works on the visioning map for the final Community Design (SURP848) project (Photo credit Sarah Lumley)

    Danais Ponce works on the visioning map for the final Community Design (SURP848) project (Photo Credit: Sarah Lumley)

  • Dr. David Gordon, 1st and 2nd year SURP students, and SURP alumni that attended the 2016 OPPI Conference in Hamilton (Photo Credit: Unknown)

    Dr. David Gordon, first and second year SURP students, and SURP alumni that attended the 2016 OPPI Conference in Hamilton (Photo Credit: Unknown)

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