(March 6) Overview_classification_and_evolution_of_life_in_the_ocean

(March 6) Overview_classification_and_evolution_of_life_in_the_ocean

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Overview, evolution, and classification of life in the ocean
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Second half things to remember. 1. Remember you are bound by your contract. If you violate our agreement, you will not earn or keep class participation points. 2. In-class participation is important and will be rewarded. Keep a diary of your class participation points and check our Moodle posting of your total. Contact your TA for any errors you feel are in your favor. 3. Attendance is not important without participation. We will not be keeping track of attendance. If you come, come to participate and stay. If you have to leave, let your TA know and do it quietly through the front (and no longer the back) door. If you need the TA to keep a record of your attendance, please ask him what he can do for you. 4. I will post a set of lecture-specific study questions after each lecture. You should answer these to the best of your ability and bring up any questions you have at the beginning of the next class, as the test will be largely derived from these questions. Feel free to work on your answers with other knowledgeable students in your OCS 1005 section. 5. Make sure you have a reliable in-class ‘note buddy’. I will make minimal use of posted notes. Things which I consider important will happen each class. Your note buddy is your back up.
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The earth and life are old, enriched in their infancy by stardust. They have grown old together. The earth and life are old, enriched in their infancy by stardust.
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2011 for the course OCS 1005 taught by Professor Condrey during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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(March 6) Overview_classification_and_evolution_of_life_in_the_ocean

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