Fall Courses

Fall Courses

10303 — N&M
TR 9:45 - 10:35 a.m.

Earth’s history interpreted through five billion years. Deductive approach to understanding the significance of rocks and fossils and reconstructing the plate-tectonic origin of mountains, continents, and ocean basins. Above class meets in person.

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10405 — N&M
MW 12:30 PM–1:55 PM

Geological processes operative on earth-like planetary bodies and asteroids; evidence from current meteorite, lunar, Martian, and space research; quantitative and deductive exercises; including demonstration/laboratory.

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30870
TR 11:30 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.

Introduction to hydrology: physical properties of water relating to heat transfer and flow; phases of water and phase changes; water as a solvent and transporting agent; water budgets at various scales of inquiry; fluid pressure and potential; fluid flow at the surface and subsurface of the earth.

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