GEO111 web syllabus

GEO111 web syllabus - SYLLABUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Course...

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SYLLABUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE Course Syllabus Fall Semester 2010 Program Name: Geology Course Name: Introduction to Geology/Hydrology Course Number: GEO 111 Credits: 3 Contact Hours: 2 3 Instructor’s Name: Robert Connour, MS Findlay campus, 115AA by appointment Campus Phone: 1-800-go-owens ext.3525 Campus E-mail: robert_connour@owens.edu Prerequisites: none Credit Hours: 3(Lab is required) Textbook: Physical Geology, 6 th Edition, by Monroe, Wicander, and Hazlett, Thomson Publishing. Course Description: This course will deal with the interior of the earth, minerals, rocks, weathering, mass movement, erosions, and topographic maps. It will examine the properties, distribution, and circulation of water on the surface of the land in the subsurface. It will explore how hazardous materials are carried from a contaminated site to another. Course Objectives: The basics of physical Geology will be explored in this course. We will discuss minerals and how rocks are formed. We will then explore the rock cycle (how rocks interact with
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