GEOL 107L F 2007 - GEOL 107L DOUGLAS FALL 2007 MWF 10:00...

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GEOL 107L FALL 2007 DOUGLAS       MWF 10:00 AM (SAL 101) ELEMENTS OF OCEANOGRAPHY INSTRUCTOR:   ROBERT DOUGLAS, Professor of Earth Sciences OFFICE:   Science Hall 271, Phone ext.  08275; hours MWF11-12 PM or  by arrangement LECTURE:   MWF 10-10:50 AM, SALVATORY COMPUTER SCIENCE              CENTER (SAL 101) LAB:   Science Hall B61   ALL STUDENTS MUST BE REGISTERED IN A LAB SECTION AND LECTURE  DATE                              SUBJECT                                                                                       Reading (chapters)                Aug.    27 Introduction /Class Organization            29 The Oceans  1            31 Early Exploration of the Oceans _______ Sept. 3 LABOR DAY- HOLIDAY      5 Scientific Exploration of the Oceans 7 Modern Oceanography ________ 10 The Earth  2 12 Structure of the Earth 3        14 Continental Drift and Sea Floor Spreading _______ 17 Plate Tectonics 4 19 Ocean Basins and Continental Margins    21  Marine Sediments       5 _______ 24 Sediments: "Memory of the Ocean" 26 Ocean History 28 Ocean History _______ Oct. 1 FIRST EXAMINATION 3   Nature and Properties of Sea water 6 5 Seawater chemistry 7 ________ 8 Weather and Climate 8 10        Climate Change 12 Ocean Circulation 9
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