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Lecture_1_Intro - EAS 1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet...

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1 EAS 1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Professor: Jean Lynch-Stieglitz Email: jean@eas.gatech.edu Lab/TA coordinator: Aleks Karabanov Email: karabanov@eas.gatech.edu Lecture TA: Jake Leech Email: peter.leech@eas.gatech.edu Course Structure • Lecture: Tu-Th 12:05-1:25 – Textbook - “How to Build a Habitable Planet” by Charles Langmuir and Wallace Broecker (posted as pdf on T-square website) – Supplemental Readings (also on website) – RF PRS required for all classes and exams • Lab – Lab coordinator: Aleks Karabanov – Download 1st lab (Math “tune-up”) and complete by first lab meeting (Week 2)
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2 Expectations • Read textbook and other readings • Understand lecture material – Be able to restate key concepts and facts clearly and simply – Be able to make simple calculations based on lecture material – Be able to extend material to slightly different situations • Attend lab and hand in carefully completed work • Adhere to institutional honor code Honor code • All exams are closed book, closed note. No collaboration/discussion allowed. • While discussion among students is allowed
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