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Unformatted text preview: GLY 4241 SPRING SEMESTER 2011 Section 20736 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOCHEMISTRY TIME: T, R 12:00 -1:20 p.m. PLACE: PS 337 CREDIT: 3 CREDITS INSTRUCTOR: Dr. David Warburton Physical Science Room 356a (561) 297-3312 FAX (561) 297-2745 E-mail: [email protected] DATES: January 11 to April 28, 2011 excluding March 7 to13, 2011 PURPOSE OF COURSE: The course introduces students to studies of the earth and its environment, utilizing the techniques of geochemistry. The course will make geology or other science students familiar with a number of major problems affecting the earth, or regions thereof. Examples of the type of studies that are used in assessment of these problems, and some of the treatments that have been developed, are discussed. PREREQUISITES: One semester college chemistry. TEXT: None. Course notes will be made available over the internet. Additional readings may be assigned. COURSE DESCRIPTION: Environmental Geochemistry (GLY 4241) 3 credits Prerequisite: One semester of college chemistry Examination of current geochemical problems affecting the earth at global, regional, and local scales. Discussion of the natural geochemical background of substances including a review of geochemical principles. EVALUATION: Two midterms, each 20% of the total grade. One cumulative final worth 30% of the total grade. Class projects and homework which will be worth 30% of the total grade.Exams will be announced at least one week in advance. It is the student's responsibility to take tests on the announced date. Failure to take any exam will result in a grade of "F" and a score of "Zero" on the quiz or test. Exceptions, for truly unusual circumstances only, may be made by consulting with the instructor prior to the test. truly unusual circumstances only, may be made by consulting with the instructor prior to the test....
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