to GLG101C Introduction to Geology
Professor James Tyburczy
|Department of Geological Sciences|
Hi! Welcome to my section of GLG 101. This page should lead you to information and resources for this course. If you have any questions, comments or any other feedback, please do not hesitate to drop me a note. Geology is very much a hands-on and observational science. We will try to do as much as we can in the context of the large classroom setting to help you understand the nature of geological processes.
(Thursday 16 December) Grades for the final exam and for the course are posted on Blackboard http://my.asu.edu
If you have any problems accessing the grades on Blackboard, please contact our TA Amanda Perkins (Amanda.Thomson@asu.edu).
The Final Exam is on Thursday 9 December at 12:20 PM. It will cover Chapters 13, 14, 22, and 23.
Notes for Chapter 13 (Groundwater), Chapter 14 Streams, Chapter 22 Resources, Chapter 23 Cllimate Change (these are the next chapters that we will do. If the links are not active, then the notes have not yet been uploaded for these chapters.)
Notes for Chapter 11, Chapter 19, Chapter 20,
Notes for Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8, Chapter 9, Chapter 10
Notes for Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3 , Chapter 4, Chapter 5
PSF 166 (Geology-Physics building, ground floor)
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grade in Geology 101E will be based on the following:
will be no make-up exams.
MUST bring your picture ID card with you to every
four class-long examinations will be given on September 14, October
12, November 4, and December 9. The
final exam is NOT cumulative - see the Course
Schedule for more details. All students must take the final.
the course of the term there will be several field trips offered to nearby
locations of geologic interest such as Tempe Butte, Papago Butte, South
Mountain, and/or Squaw Peak. These trips are not required. However,
Geology is at heart a field science and you are strongly encouraged to
go on as many of these field trips as possible. A short write up of each
trip will be required for extra credit.
The trips will be offered Friday afternoons and/or Saturday mornings (or
on weekday evenings if sufficient numbers of students find it convenient).
Click here for the Course Schedule.
|GRADES:||Grades will be posted here after the tests.|
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Last update 12/7/2004