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HISTORY OF THE OCEANS GEOSCI 110 Section 001 Winter Semester, 2008 T, Th, 2-3, 1800 CHEM INSTRUCTOR : Dr Michela Arnaboldi OFFICE: 3520C CC Little Building OFFICE HOURS: Wed 12-1pm and by appointment TELEPHONE: 615-7968 E-MAIL: [email protected] RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK: Any Introductory Oceanography book. Examples of books and authors: Garrison, Oceanography: An Invitation to Marine Science Trujillo and Thurman, Essentials of Oceanography Sverdrup, Duxbury, and Duxbury, Fundamentals of Oceanography Thurman and Trujillo, Introductory Oceanography CLASS WEB SITE: GEOSCI 110 001 W08 FINAL EXAM: Thursday, February 21, 2-3 pm 1
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COURSE OUTLINE History of Oceanography Shape of The Ocean Floor Plate Tectonics – How Continents Move Marine Sediments and Their Tales Seawater – Why is it salty? Surface Circulation: Currents Deep-Water Circulation and Antarctica Life in the Oceans The Demise of Dinosaurs Ice Ages Humans and Climate COURSE AND GRADE INFORMATION Lecture slides will be posted on ctools before every lecture. Having a copy of the
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