Geography and the Environment

Field Trips

Summer 2018 mandatory field trips

Only courses with field trips scheduled outside of class time are listed below. Please refer to the course syllabus on the first day of class for more details. 

 Course (CRN)Field trip Dates

GEOG 464 / GD 464 (50373)

Meet every Monday at Field House, Old Abbotsford May 7th - June 18th 

 

Summer 2018 optional field trips

Only courses with field trips scheduled outside of class time are listed below. Please refer to the course syllabus on the first day of class for more details.

 Course (CRN)Field trip Dates

GEOG 464 / GD 464 (50373)

Event (TBD) June (TBD) 

 

Fall 2018 Mandatory Field Trips

Courses scheduled with field trips scheduled inside and outside of class time are listed below. Please refere to the course syllabus on the first day of class for more details. 

 

Course (CRN)Field TripDates

GDS 109 (90712)

GEOG 360 (90732)

Vancouver

Sept 22nd

GEOG 111 (90713) In-Class

Sept 24th, Oct 1st, Oct 29th

GEOG 303 (90728) Abbotsford or Mission - In Class

Sept 18th, 20th, 25th, 27th, Oct 2nd, 4th, 9th, and 11th

GEOG 312 (90729) Cache Creek

October 5th - 6th

GEOG 318 (90730) Abbotsford

Saturday, Sept 15th 9:00am - noon

Alternative date, weather dependent: Sept 22nd

GEOG 318 (90730) UFV - In Class

Sept 18th, 20th, 25th, 27th, Oct 2nd, 4th, 9th, and 11th

Alternative dates: Oct 16th and 18th (Field work involved access to streams and may not be safe during precipitation events.

GEOG 219 (90723) Chilliwack River Valley

October 13th

GEOG 402 (90734) North Shore Mountain Valley

Oct 3rd

GEOG 402 (90734) Vancouver Island

Oct 15th - 17th

GEOG 201 (90722) UFV - In Class

Sept 18th, 25th, Oct 2nd, 9th, and 16th

Alternative dates: Thursday classes depended upon weather

 

 

Melissa Koyanagi2

"My most valuable experience was certainly the AIG to BC's Interior that I had the pleasure of completing with my peers under the guidance of Gary Fehr and Olav Lian. This experience was in-depth, interesting and relevant to my previous studies in a wide range of subject areas, including postglacial and paraglacial processes, First Nations affairs in BC and BC's evolving economy. I sincerely enjoyed this learning experience and it was the perfect way to cap off my undergraduate studies at UFV."

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  • – Melissa Koyanagi
  •    BA with double extended minors in Geography and Psychology

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