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MAR 104: OCEANOGRAPHY Course Syllabus fall 2007
 

Summary: MAR 104: OCEANOGRAPHY
Course Syllabus fall 2007
Text: Essentials of Oceanography, Eighth (or Ninth) Edition, by Alan P. Trujillo and
Harold V. Thurman. Pearson Prentice Hall, 532 pp. ISBN 0-13-144773-4.
Instructors:
Dr. Emmanuelle PALES ESPINOSA.
Room NS 115 or 117, Southampton campus
Phone:
Room 141, Challenger hall, SoMAS, Stony Brook
Phone: 631 632 8694
Personal e-mail: epalesespino@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
Contacting Me: Email me to make an appointment.
Course Goals: One purpose of this course is to help ensure that Stony Brook
students are exposed to a diversity of disciplines (satisfying the category E
component of the Diversified Education Curriculum (DEC) requirement). "Category
E courses expand students' knowledge about objects and processes observable in
nature, whether animate as in the biological sciences, or inanimate as in the
physical sciences of chemistry or physics." Thus, by the end of this course,
students should understand the interactions between the biology, chemistry,
geology, and physics of the oceans that define the science of oceanography.

  

Source: Allam, Bassem - School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, SUNY at Stony Brook

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology