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Professor Robinson is such a caring professor, and she was accommodating if you asked her about the contents and the details of the final paper. Her lecture is based on the slides, so it is easy to catch up if you miss a lecture, even though it is not recorded. The first half of the class was the fundamental knowledge about the ecosystem, but the second half was much more details about the processes, which were more challenging than the first half. The grading scheme was quite reasonable; she gave extra credit for the botanical garden fieldwork that she led students herself. The final paper allowed students to write up a research proposal on any topic of interest regarding the ecosystem and its challenges, which I gained a deeper understanding of my topic. Even though I am not personally very into physical geography, I learned something valuable from the class. The class was very organized, and the workload was manageable, so I would recommend this class as a great physical geography upper-division class.