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This course deals with the geomorphologic force of surface running waters (channel and sheet flows) in the processes of erosion, transportation and deposition, and the land forms they develop. It also discusses the various interrelationships existing among the varicose components, parameters and elements forming the watershed systems and their channel networked hosted, including their morph metric characteristics.
As geomorphology is the study of the surface of the Earth, its form, evolution and the processes that sculpture it, so applied geomorphology can be defined as the application of this knowledge in the resolution of engineering, planning and environmental/resource management problems.
Distribution of deserts and causes of aridity; environmental of deserts; acclimatization of man in arid lands and the economic resources.
Origins and development of land-forms; geomorphologic processes in different environments especially the processes of weathering, mass-wasting, erosion and deposition by rivers, glaciers and winds.
This course discusses the various geomorphologic processed contributed to the formation and development of present and relict land forms. It also investigates the diversity of such processes in terms of kind, intensity and components under differing geologic (Structure- lithely) climatic, and biotic condition, with the frame work levels, include weathering, erosion, transportation and deposition, in addition to the tectonic activities of faulting folding and volcanism
This course discusses the physical and cultural environmental parameters, and their interrelationships, distinguishing the regional variations of landscapes. This includes the study of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, biosphere as well as population in term of growth, geographic distribution, economic and cultural activities, and the interrelationships they develop with their environments
The physical and human environments of Jordan, the geographical characteristics of regional divisions

This course provides an introduction to the history of cartography and the new automated mapping techniques. Topics include a brief introduction to basic cartographic principles such as maps scales, coordinate systems, map projections, cartographic design. Overview of coordinate systems .While Map projections portray the surface of the earth or a portion of the earth on a flat surface The objective from using this system is to trained students on