SYLLABUSGS222-W08 - INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY GEOSCI 222...

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INTRODUCTORY OCEANOGRAPHY GEOSCI 222 ENVIRONM 232 Section 001 Winter Semester, 2008 MWF, 1-2, AUD C AH INSTRUCTOR : Dr Michela Arnaboldi OFFICE: 3520C CC Little Building OFFICE HOURS: Wed 12-1pm and by appointment TELEPHONE: 615-7968 E-MAIL: [email protected] GSIs: Shih-Yu Lee 2008 CC Little Bldg 647-5636 [email protected] Office hrs: Tue 1-2 Jing Zhou 2008 CC Little Bldg 647-5636 [email protected] Office hrs: Wed 11-12 RECOMMENDED TEXTBOOK: Thurman and Trujillo, Introductory Oceanography (10 th edition) CLASS WEB SITE: ENVIRON 232 001 W08 HOURLY EXAMS: Wednesday, February 6 th Wednesday, March 26 th FINAL EXAM: Tuesday, April 22 nd 4-6 pm 1 These dates might change
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COURSE OUTLINE AND READING ASSIGNMENTS Part 1. INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY The Science of Oceanography Chapter 1 & Introduction History of Oceanography Chapter 1 Latitude and Longitude, Maps and Navigation Chapter 1 & Appendix III Part 2. GEOLOGICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Origin of the Earth, Atmosphere, Oceans and Life Chapter 2 The Topography of Ocean Floors Chapter 4 Structure and Composition of the Earth Chapter 3 Plate Tectonics Chapter 3 Marine Sediments Chapter 5 First Hourly Exam Part 3. PHYSICAL OCEANOGRAPHY Seawater and its Properties Chapter 6 Solar Energy and Atmospheric Circulation Chapter 7 Surface Circulation Chapter 8 Thermohaline Circulation
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  • Spring '08
  • MichaelaA.
  • Oceanography, Physical oceanography, Introductory Oceanography, umich.edu Office hrs, CC Little Bldg

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