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ESS112-lect-14strains_rheology

ESS112-lect-14strains_rheology - 1 Homework Turn them in...

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1. Homework: Turn them in whether you are done or not. I will go over all the questions with you in the next lecture. 2. Class presentations: You must give me the paper title, year, author name, journal name, and page numbers by the end of the week. 3. Format of the presentations: (a) Ten minutes per person, allowing 1- 2 minutes questioning session after each talk. (b) You should have no more than 10 slides. (c) Your talk must consists of the following components: (1) the main problem to be addressed, (2) methods used for data collection, (3) authors’ interpretations, and (4) your critics of the strength and weakness of the paper. 4. You should dress up as a professional for the presentation, a chance to practice interviews or professional presentations in future. 5. The contents of student presentations will appear in your test.
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Structural Geology Study of Rock Deformation 2. Continuous Deformation ( Flow expressed by folding and fabric development ) We need to relate deformation to strain state and then stress state .
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