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Unformatted text preview: phen J. Piercey. It is prohibited to record or copy by any means, in any format, openly or surreptitiously, in whole or in part, in the absence of express written permission from Dr. Stephen J. Piercey any of the lectures, materials, provide or published in any form during or from the course.” See http://www.mun.ca/munfa/ib070837.pdf Marking Scheme: 1) Midterm Exam 25% The mid- term exam will be held on Friday, February 13, 2014 2) Final Exam 40% 3) Laboratory Exercises 10% (Laboratory exercises are due one week after they are issued at the beginning of the following lab period)* 4) Term Paper 25% (The term papers include a presentation. Of the 25% mark above 80% will be allocated to the paper and 20% to the presentation. All term papers are due Friday, March 28th, 2014 by 5PM.* *Papers and laboratories that are not handed in on time will receive a mark of zero unless a valid reason (i.e., medical, bereavement) can be provided. Course Content 3 This course will be divided into a series of modules exploring advanced topics in ore deposits, ranging from concepts to methods used to understand the genesis of mineral deposits. The aim of the course is to familiarize the student with fundamental concepts of ore- forming processes and with the techniques used to ascertain how mineral deposits form, both from a global to a nanoscale. The point of the course is to introduce a number of different techniques applied to the study of ore deposits. EAS...
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