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Click to edit Master subtitle style 22 What is this and why is this relevant?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 33 Edvard Munch Scream , 1893 OSLO, Norway Aug. 22, 2004
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44 Krakatoa, August 26, 1883 …and also, the eruption of Tambora, 1815: Mary Shelly wrote Frankenstein , 1816
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 55 Violent Earth Geol 105 Prof. Jonathan M. Lees Room 313 Mitchell Hall Voice: (919) 962-0695 jonathan_lees@unc.edu
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66 Geol 105: Violent Earth Meet: TU-TH 12:30-1:45 pm TEXT: Abbott, P.L., Natural disasters , Boston, McGraw-Hill, 496 p.: GET any edition you can find Grading: Final Exam 40% 3 X 1 Hour Exams drop 1 exam, 30% each Office Hours: 9:30-10:30 AM TU-TH RM 313 Mitchell Hall TA – will announce TA HOURS To be announced Optional LAB = GEOL101L
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77 To get LAB credit, take: GEOL-101L Some students need to take a LAB in conjunction with their introductory science course GEOL105 has no LAB, per se Take Geol-101L the generic lab course for all introductory geology courses for lab credit in GEOL 105
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88 Stuff… BLACKBOARD: All material from lectures: https://blackboard.unc.edu/ Exams cover material in BOOK AND material in CLASS Please: Turn off Cell Phones No Food/Drinks in Class No Newspapers No computer games/IM-ing
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99 Week 1 Natural Disasters and their Energy Sources Read Chapters 1-2 Abbott http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072826819/student_view0/index.html
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1010 What Constitutes Natural Disaster?
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1111 Natural Disasters: A naturally occurring, (usually) ‘sudden’ release of energy Contact with human Human Fatalities Economic Losses Natural Hazards examples
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Natural Hazards Hazard exists even where disasters are infrequent
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2009 for the course GEOL 105 taught by Professor Lees during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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