GEOG 1106 Geography and Cartography. (Formerly 106) An interdisciplinary offering that covers basic physical geography before moving to the study of cartography and then to cultural geography. Students will demonstrate an understanding of human population growth and its impact on the earth's resources, including food, energy, physical materials, water, and landscapes; the geography of resource availability and the limits of the earth as producer of resources. They will also be required to use computer software to explore connections between geography and contemporary political, social, and economic issues. 3 semester credit hour/s.