Earth Sciences 081 - "Resources, Environment and Sustainability in a Material Society"
Instructor: David Lescinsky;
B&G Rm 105; firstname.lastname@example.org; 661-2111
Office Hours: By appointment
Text: In the
bookstore. Help with Table of Contents and reading
Lab Manual: Available in lab.
Aims of the course: To introduce
students with a non-science background to the relationship between humans and
their geologic environment, with emphasis on geologic hazards, natural resources,
waste management, and global change.
Background Required: This course is intended for (but not limited to) students registered in faculties other than Science.
Midterm Exam: Tuesday, Feb. 20th from 10:30-11:20 in WSC Rm. 55 (regular class time and room). Please bring a #2 pencil to fill in the scantron portion of the exam.
Final Exam: Will be held during the exam period (April 14-30). Please bring a #2 pencil to fill in the scantron portion of the exam and your student ID.
Study Tips for the lecture exams
Course Schedule (with class handouts linked by date)
Some practice questions for lab final