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Python Programming for Earth Science Students part of Teach the Earth:Courses
Computers are essential to all modern Earth Science research. We use them for compiling and analyzing data, preparing illustrations like maps or data plots, writing manuscripts, and so on. This class teaches how to ...

Introduction to Mineralogy part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This is a hybrid-traditional course, involving face to face laboratory sessions, asynchronous online work, and synchronous online instruction/activities.

Untold Stories in Geosciences: Social and Historical Contexts of the Development of Geosciences as a Discipline part of Teach the Earth:Courses
Through reading discussions and writing assignments, this class investigates 1) how a set of founding principles in geosciences was established on the basis of scientific racism and colonialism; 2) how the history ...

Introductory Graduate Seminar part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This is a course for first-semester graduate students, with the following aims: (1) introduce the varied research being done by different groups in the department; (2) help new grad students develop and strengthen ...

What's in the Water? A community-engaged inquiry unit exploring PFAS contamination in North Carolina part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This unit was designed to engage central NC college students in a local investigation of ongoing drinking water contaminated with PFAS chemicals. This is a stand-alone unit (six 80-minute lessons) that can be ...

Introduction to Research Program Development part of Teach the Earth:Courses
The goal of this course is to help new graduate students get started in their research research program, and to help them develop skills that will lead to their success in graduate school and beyond. Activities in ...

Geosciences Graduate Seminar part of Teach the Earth:Courses
The goal of the seminar is to help students get started in graduate school and help them find resources and develop critical skills for success in academia. This seminar explores the skills, resources and habits ...

First Year Graduate Seminar part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This course is intended to be an introduction to the department, graduate school and a launch pad for students' professional careers. Graduate education gives students the opportunity to develop new skills, ...

Seismology Skill Building Workshop for Undergraduates part of Teach the Earth:Courses
The COVID-19 pandemic led to the suspension of many summer research opportunities for STEM students. In response, the IRIS Education and Outreach program, in collaboration with Miami University, offered a free ...

Introduction to Remote Sensing part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This course introduces students to the principles of remote sensing, characteristics of remote sensors, and remote sensing applications. Areas emphasized include manipulating data in Google Earth Engine, ...

Introduction to Environmental Studies part of Teach the Earth:Courses
The material covers the ecological and physical aspects of environmental change and the socioeconomic, political, and technological factors that influence the quality of life on Earth. Short course videos and ...

Hydrology - an (incomplete) introduction part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This Online Course is usually used as part of an introductury course in hydrology at the University of Zurich, where the online material complements traditional lectures and seminars. To support remote teaching in ...

Structural Geology and Tectonics part of Teach the Earth:Courses
Rather than taking students through the topics of structural geology in textbook table-of-contents order, this course is framed around having students apply concepts and methods of structural geology and tectonics ...

Structural Geology with Field Geology lab part of Teach the Earth:Courses
In this majors-level course students learn how to 1) collect data for structural and tectonic analyses, 2) synthesize and analyze these data to generate and test hypotheses, and 3) apply these structural and ...

Structural Analysis of Rocks and Regions (SARR) part of Teach the Earth:Courses
SARR aims to reverse the theory-first/application-second approach of most common structural geology textbooks. It confronts students with lectures and practicals on deformed regions around the globe that, combined, ...

Sustainability and the Campus part of Teach the Earth:Courses
Sustainability and the Campus Skip to Main ContentSkip to Navigation Your ...

Applied GIS part of Teach the Earth:Courses
This is an introductory GIS course that consists almost entirely of in-class exercises using the ArcGIS software to solve various earth science problems. Students gain experience with finding, downloading and ...

Petrology and Plate Tectonics part of Course Design:Goals Database
This course is organized around the igneous and metamorphic processes that govern the rock cycle, all within the context of plate tectonics. Rather than addressing igneous and metamorphic rocks and processes as ...

Global Climate Change part of Service Learning:Courses
× Consequences of global climate change already include: increased drought, heat waves, flood intensity, glacial retreat, and sea level rise. Solutions are needed to reduce human impact on our climate system ...

Course profile: Chicago Rocks! Geology in the City part of Strong Geoscience Departments:Degree Programs:Courses
Northeastern Illinois University Entry level earth science course, 16-30 students Information for this profile was provided by Karen S. Bartels in 2007. Information is also available on the course website. The ...

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