Ntungwa Maasha


College of Coastal Georgia

Ntungwa Maasha is professor of physics and geology at the College of Coastal Georgia. He teaches physics, geology, astronomy, and fundamentals of ocean and atmospheric science.

Materials Contributed through SERC-hosted Projects


Learning how to constuct a graph of a decaying isotope and using it in radiometric dating part of Integrate:Workshops:Teaching the Methods of Geoscience:Activities
In this exercise students will learn how to construct a decay curve for a radioactive isotope and how to use it in determining the age of an object.


Physical Geology part of Integrate:Workshops:Teaching the Methods of Geoscience:Course
Physical Geology is a University of Georgia System course that "covers Earth materials and processes". It may be offered as a one credit course (GEOL1121L ) requiring two hours of lab weekly, a three credit course (GEOL1121) that meets three hourly weekly in lecture or as four credit course (GEOL1121K) that is equivalent to the first two. The college of Coastal Georgia offers only GEOL1121K


Geoscience by example part of Integrate:Workshops:Teaching the Methods of Geoscience:Essays
Geoscience by exampleNtungwa Maasha, Natural Science, College of Coastal Georgia In June 2011 I was invited to the geology department of the Faulkner School of Engineering in the College of Science, University of ...

Events and Communities

Strengthening Your Geoscience Program Participants

ITG Teaching the Methods of Geoscience workshop 2012

Career Development Mar 2013 webinar (Concept Sketches)