- This dramatic environment was thrown up at the meeting point of the Eurasian and African Tectonic Plates, and the landscape is characterised by dramatic limestone features. We studied the interaction between humans and the environment,including the adaptation of natural features for tourism and the biogeography of the steep, flood-prone gorges. We were also fortunate to be able to join the village community in celebrating Greek Orthodox Easter with traditional food and festivities.
GES Crete Field Class 2016
Twenty-nine human and physical geography students went to Chora Sfakion on the southern coast of Crete from 26th April to 3rd May for a field class...