001-W08 - HISTORY OF THE OCEANS GEOSCI 110 Section 001...

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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: marna@umich.edu 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: https://ctools.umich.edu/portal 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
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