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World Natural Environments
Camille Holmgren, SUNY College at Buffalo
This is an introductory physical geography course that explores the dynamics of the earth's physical environment including the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere and the linkages between these ...

Physical Geology
Juan Lorenzo, Louisiana State University
This course provides a comprehensive overview of physical geology for non-majors as well as potential majors. About 1% of students who take this course will become majors in earth science.

Introduction to Geology
Sean Cornell, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
The course covers basic concepts in geology and engages students in hands-on, learning activities integrated with lecture and field experiences. Small group lab activities (mineral identification, rock ...

Oceanography
James Kuwabara, City College of San Francisco
Geologic, chemical and physical history of our oceans including currents, waves, tides and coastal processes. Evolution of the oceans and ocean basins with emphasis on the interaction of the physical environment ...

Dynamic Planet
Steve Mattox, Grand Valley State University
This physical geology course is a traditional lecture/lab course that needs updating/modification. Students commonly have three 1-hour lectures per week and one 2-hour lab. The course covers materials, landforms, ...

Planet Earth, Quantitative Reasoning (Geol 103)
Michael Stewart, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Physical geology for non-science majors. This course fulfulls quantitative reasoning requirements for non-science liberal arts degrees.

University of West Georgia - Life and Earth Science
Rebecca Dodge, Midwestern State University
This course employs an integrative, interdisciplinary approach to the study of life and earth science. It introduces basic concepts and key ideas while providing opportunities for students to learn reasoning skills ...

Buffalo State College - Oceanography
Jill Singer, Buffalo State - SUNY
This non-lab based course is open to all students, including geology and earth science majors. It is taken by prospective elementary teachers (often those earning a concentration in science) and secondary science ...

University of New Mexico - Physical Science
Matthew Nyman, Oregon State University
Natural Science 261L is a physical science class for K-8 pre-service teachers. The class is multi-disciplinary covering standards-based content in physics, earth science and astronomy. Lab and lecture are combined ...

Introduction to Geophysics
Jacqueline Caplan-Auerbach, Western Washington University
This course presents a broad overview of geophysical topics and techniques, including magnetism, heat flow, gravity and both active and passive source seismology. An underlying theme for the course is the ...


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