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ENST 471 - Fall 2008 ENST 471: Human Impacts on Estuarine...

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Fall 2008 ENST 471: Human Impacts on Estuarine Processes Dr. Rachel Noble, 726-6841 x150 Lecture: Tuesday and Thursday from 10:15 am through 11:30 am. Laboratory/Field Excursions on Mondays and Wednesdays. Noble Office Hours: Anytime Readings will be from journal articles, readings in student office, or guidance to library resources D a t e D a y T o p i c Aug 21 Thurs Orientation Duke and IMS 22 Fri Field Trip to the Rachel Carson Estuarine Research Reserve 26 Tues Class logistics, issue paper, introduction to estuaries (Noble) 28 Thurs Estuaries lecture cont’d (Noble) Sept. 2 Tues Estuaries: The interface to global population (Noble) 4 Thurs Estuaries: Physical, biological and chemical dynamics (Noble) 9 Tues Physical processes in estuaries (Luettich) 11 Thurs Physical processes in estuaries (Luettich) 15 Mon Field trip make up day 16 Tues Physical-geological considerations of estuaries (Rodriguez) 18 Thurs Geology and aging estuaries (Rodriguez) 22 Mon Field trip: Shark tagging with Dr. Schwartz (Capricorn) 23 Tues Geology and estuaries (Rodriguez) 24 Weds Field trip: Coring and diving on the Neuse (Rodriguez) 25 Thurs Issue Paper Presentations (may need to be rescheduled, TBA) 30 Tues Issue Paper Presentations (contd) October 1 Weds
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2009 for the course ENST 471 taught by Professor Noble,rachael during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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