GO 310 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy
SP 2012 HOZ
Contes, Carla Alonso
*This book is required*
Sedimentary Geology: an introduction to sedimentary Rocks and stratigraphy
Donald R. Prothero and Fred Schwab
Publisher: W.H. Freeman and Company
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Assessment will consist on class
assignments, In class discussions Class project, 3 exams, and a final exam.
Three exams 300
Final exam 100
Class discussions 160
Quizzes & assignments 200
Class Project 100
Total (No extra credit) 860
*Exams will be given during class hours.
The course will use the traditional scale of 90%=A, 80%=B, 70%=C, 60%=D, and below 60%=F.
Late Submission of Course Materials:
All assignments are due in the class room at the beginning of class. Late
assignments will have 10 points of the total point deducted for each workday
day pass the due date.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Attendance at labs and class is mandatory, arrive early. Do NOT show up late to class. On exam date you must be early. Exam repositions will NOT be given. If you will be for class or an exam absent you must let me know a least two weeks in advanced and remind me. Students are responsible for the material missed class. Come to me if you need help with class material.
Turn off you cell phone or keep it in silent not vibrate.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
and Fluid Flow
Nonepiclastic Sedimentary Rocks
in Space and Time
material in this syllabus is subject to change.
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