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Rut gers University Geological sciences (100) Dr. Christopher J. Lepre Office hours by appointment [email protected] Office: Geological Sciences Lab Building, Room 105 TEXTBOOKS & LECTURES CORRESPONDENCES Any editions of the following will fulfill your needs for this course. It is STRONGLY recommended that you purchase AT LEAST ONE of the following basic introduction textbooks. Cheap used copies and past editions of these texts can be easily found online (e.g., Amazon.com). I have used #1 and was very happy with it. I have not used (in no particular order) #2, #3 or #4, but have examined them and approve of the content. Rutgers bookstore has #1 for sale. 1. “Earth: Portrait of a Planet” by Stephen Marshak. Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company 2. The Blue Planet: An Introduction to Earth System Science” by Brian J. Skinner, Stephen C. Porter, Daniel B. Botkin. Publisher: Wiley 3. “Exploring Geology” by Stephen Reynolds, Julia Johnson, Michael Kelly, Paul Morin, Chuck Carter. Publisher: McGraw-Hill 4. “Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology” by Edward J. Tarbuck, Frederick K. Lutgens, Dennis Tasa. Publisher: Prentice Hall 1. Portrait of a Planet 2. Blue Planet 3. Exploring Geology 4. Physical Geology Topic Chap 1 Chap 2&3 Chap 19 Chap 22 Universe & Solar System formation Chap 13 none Chap 9 none How did the Earth form? none Chap 1 none none Hydrosphere, Biosphere, Cryosphere, Lithosphere, Atmosphere Interlude D Chap 17 Chap 9 none Life, Evolution & Fossils Chap 2, 5 & Interlude A Chap 6 Chap 4 Chap 3&12 Building blocks of Earth Chap 8&11
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