Spring 2008 not offered
Oceans cover more than 70 percent of the earth's surface. They have figured prominently in mythology, food, and trade. Today we know that the oceans are also vital to our weather and climate, as well as being an important natural resource. This class will explore the principles of ocean science and see how other areas of natural science (geology, chemistry, physics, and biology) are used to understand the ocean.
Ethical Reasoning, Interpretation
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Garrison, ESSENTIALS OF OCEANOGRAPHY
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Weekly assignments and one paper (oral and written component).
|Additional Requirements and/or Comments: |
Students should possess secondary school proficiency in biology, chemistry and physics. There will be one Saturday field trip to Long Island Sound in April. A $25.00 laboratory fee will be charged to student accounts.
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