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Quiz 1 Ann - GEOLOGY 303 QUIZ 1 Fall 2011 Time For the TTh...

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GEOLOGY 303, QUIZ 1 Fall, 2011 Time : For the TTh lecture section, during the lecture hour on Tuesday, September 27; for the MW lec- ture section, during the lecture hour on Wednesday, September 28. Place : Geology Building (JGB) 2.324 (the Boyd Auditorium, the regular lecture room) Review session : Drs. Ketcham and Long will lead a review session in JGB 2.324 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, September 26. Attendance is VOLUNTARY. Contents : Material will be taken both from the first 9 lectures (Wednesday, August 24 through Monday, September 26 inclusive for the MW lecture section or Thursday, August 25 through Thursday, September 22 inclusive for the TTh lecture section), and from textbook Chapters 1-3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 12. Specifically: Dr. Long: Origin of the solar system (Chap. 1 and 2): 1 (brief) lecture Minerals (Chap. 3): 2 lectures Igneous rocks (Chap. 5): 1 lecture Igneous rocks (Chap 5 continued), weathering (Chap. 7): 1 lecture Clastic and chemical sedimentary rocks, metamorphic rocks (Chap. 9): 1 lecture Dr. Ketcham: Radioactivity, isotopic ages, early earth history (Chap. 11): 2 lectures Origin of life (Chap. 12): 1 lecture Most of the questions will be from lecture material, but the book reinforces the concepts presented in lecture. Not more than one or two questions (or possibly, no questions) will be taken from the text con- cerning subjects not discussed in lecture.
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