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Unformatted text preview: GEOL 0820 Ramsey Natural Disasters Spring, 2011 LECTURE #1: Course Overview; Introduction to Natural Disasters Date: 6 January 2011 *** NOTE: RECITATION SECTIONS DO NOT MEET UNTIL JAN 17 th *** I. Syllabus details • instructor o Prof. Michael Ramsey o SRCC 509, 624-8772 o [email protected] o office hours: 2:00pm - 4:00pm (W) (or by appointment) • recitation instructors o Holly Kagy o James Morar o Lucy Rose o Thaw 201 o SRCC-205 o Thaw 211 o 624-7988 o 624-8780 o 648-8806 o [email protected] o 12-2 pm (W) o [email protected] o [email protected] o T.B.A. o 12-2 pm (Tu) • topics: o course is only a few years old ¡ evolved from an older course in the Department ¾ now split into this one and a graduate-level course ¡ course fulfills the College of Arts & Sciences the Natural Science Requirement ¡ is an approved introductory courses for entry into the Environmental Studies (B.A.), Environmental Geology (B.S.), and Geology (B.S.) majors in the Department o text book: ¡ NATURAL DISASTERS, by P.L. Abbott, McGraw Hill Publishing, 2009, (7 th edition)....
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course GEOL 0820 taught by Professor Ramsay during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburgh.
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