GEO 535 P/D/F Only
Biogeochemical Cycles in Earth History - Isotope Geochemistry of the Biologically Important Elements
Examines the evidence for changes in the cycles of biologically important elements (Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, etc.) over Earth history. Topics will include the development and evolution of the biogeochemical cycles, their significance for the geologic and fossil records, and biogeochemical change during the last ice age. Overview lectures by the instructor and student presentations based on readings from the scientific literature and/or ongoing research.
Not Open to Freshmen.
|43899||S01||3:00 pm - 4:20 pm||T Th||Guyot Hall 155||Enrolled:4 Limit:20|