Chapter 0 -LectureIntro - (ISBN 978-0-13-602007-3) is okay...

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Earth Processes EAS 2600 Summer 2011
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Instructors: Meg Grantham EST L1112 grantham@eas.gatech.edu 404 894-7549 TAs Brendan Sullivan Chelsea Hopkins Chastity Aiken Yan Luo Kevin Chao Morgan Warren
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Class materials will be posted on t square: https://t-square.gatech.edu Note, the posted materials should not be considered complete. The posted materials are not a substitute for attending class and reading.
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Laboratory: Ford Environmental Science and Tech. Bldg. L1155 NO LABS DURING FIRST WEEK OF CLASS
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Lab and Office Locations You are here! My office, TA offices and lab L1 155
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Text: Understanding Earth by J. Grotzinger and T. Jordan - ISBN-13 978-1-4292-1951-8 (2010, 6th Edition, W.H. Freeman and Company) - older versions of this text are ok Earth Science by Tarbuck and Lutgens. (12th and older editions)
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Unformatted text preview: (ISBN 978-0-13-602007-3) is okay as well Grading: Lecture 75% Laboratory 25% For the lecture part of the class, there will be 3 exams during the semester and a final exam. Of these four exams, the lowest score will be dropped and not counted. If for some reason you cannot take an exam, it will be considered your dropped exam. Exam Dates: June 7 June 28 July 19 Final: Thursday, Aug 4, 8 10:50 (comprehensive) Academic Integrity Students in this class are expected to abide by the Georgia Tech Honor Code and avoid any instances of academic misconduct. You are not allowed to collaborate on exams with other students. If you are caught cheating on an exam you will be turned in to the Dean of Students. http://honor.gatech.edu Plate Tectonics...
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course EAS 2600 taught by Professor Ingalls during the Summer '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Chapter 0 -LectureIntro - (ISBN 978-0-13-602007-3) is okay...

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