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EOSC 110-Section 201 Solid Earth: Physical Geology Term 1-2017 (2017-W2), Tuesday / Thursday 2pm, Buchannan A201 VERY T ENTATIVE C OURSE O UTLINE SUBJECT TO CHANGE Week Topics and Activities (ACT) Quiz (Q) Deadlines (9am) & Associated Text Book Chapters Week 1 Jan 2: Holiday – University Closed Jan 4: Course Introduction Q1: Plate Tectonics (Ch 1&19) open Jan 4 / close Jan 9 Week 2 Jan 9: Plate Tectonics I & ACT1 Jan 11: Plate Tectonics II Q2: Plate Tectonics and Minerals (Ch1,2,19) open Jan 9 / close Jan 16 Week 3 Jan 16: Minerals Jan 18: Magmatism Q3: Minerals / Igneous Processes (Ch3,4) open Jan 16 / close Jan 23 Week 4 Jan 23: Igneous Processes - volcanics & ACT 2 Jan 25: Weathering Q4: Magmatism / Igneous Processes / Weathering (Ch3,4,5) open Jan 23 / close Jan 230 Week 5 Jan 30: Sedimentary Processes & ACT 3 Feb 1: Metamorphic Processes No Quiz Week 6 Feb 6 : Mid Term 1 Feb 8: Geologic Time Q5: Geological Time / dating / deformation (Ch7,8,15) open Feb 6 / close Feb 13 Week 7 Feb 13: Structures & ACT 4 Feb 15: Structures & Mountain Building II Q6: Geol Time / mountain building / deformation (Ch20, 9) open Feb 13 / close Feb 20 Week 8 MID TERM BREAK Week 9 Feb 27: Mass Wasting March 1: Streams & Glacial Processes Q7: Mass wasting / Glaciers (Ch9,10,11) open Feb 27 / close March 6 Week 10 March 6: Virtual Field Trip & ACT 5 March 8: Seismology Q8: Earthquakes / Earth Interior (Ch16,17) open March 6 / close March 13 Week 11 March 13: Earthquakes & ACT 6 March 15 : Mid Term II No Quiz Week 12 March 20: Earth’s Interior, gravity & ACT 8 March 22: Earth’s Interior, magnetics & ACT 9 Q9: Gravity / Isostacy /Magnetics (Ch17) open March 20 / close March 27 Week 13 March 27: Solar System March 29: BC and Hazards & ACT 7 No Quiz Week 14 April 3: Geological maps ACT 10 April 5: Revision Activity
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