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OCOR 5604 - Marine Geology- Course Info

Marine Geology

Course Number: OCOR - 5604

The objectives of the course are (1) to enable students to examine the structure, evolution and stratigraphy of the ocean basins and continental margins, and (2) to provide an understanding of the dynamic processes that shape the surface of the earth under the ocean surface.

Textbook Information:

All study material is presented on pdf files that are provided online within Blackboard. No textbook is needed, but students are encouraged to use as much of the literature as possible.

Winter 2014 Course:

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NAME

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INSTRUCTOR

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DATE

34348

Marine Geology

OCOR 5604 DE1

Dr. Bernhard Riegl

Forman 100

Wednesday

 

OCOR 5604 - Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  1. have a clear overview of how ocean basins form and change in time.
  2. understand the dynamics of the earth's crust and its importance for geomorphology and evolution.

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