G302 Development of the Global Environment
INFORMATION
DISCUSSIONS
RESOURCES
ASSIGNMENTS
INSTRUCTOR
Simon
Simon Brassell
Office: GY313
Tel: 5-3786

 LECTURES & DISCUSSIONS
MW GY143
11:15 a.m. -
12:30 p.m.


G302 HOME PAGE SPRING 2006

Course Description

  • This course provides a broad-based introduction to the history of the Earth from its origin to the present day. 
  • It explores the processes and events that have shaped the development of our earth system, integrating aspects of astronomy, physics, chemistry and biology within the geological timescale. 
  • Its emphasis is on changes in the global environment induced by physical forces, chemical cycles, life processes, climatic variations and by serendipity.

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