Unfortunately this class is not being offered this semester. Sorry!
West Campus, Science Building (K building) Room 136
all of you anxious to learn more about marine science, this class
is for you! Please contact me if you
have any suggestions or questions. I will be updating this page
Survey of marine science with emphasis on the inter-relationships
between marine biology, geology, chemistry, and physics.
NOTE: GLG 140 Introduction to Oceanography is a 4-credit
class, with optional fieldtrip opportunities.
Click here to download a copy of the first practice quiz. This
is a Microsoft Word document.
Click here to download a copy of the first lab. This is a Microsoft
Click here to download a copy of the map activity, with a blank
map. This is a Microsoft Word document.
Click here to download a copy of the answers to the map activity.
This is a Microsoft Power point file.
Look farther down on this page to find a link to the class notes.
Text and Materials
There are two required "things" that you can purchase
at the bookstore for this class
1. Notes, Lab, and Ecobeaker Packet (three-ring punched, so you'll
need a binder for it) Mandatory!
2. Paul Pinet. 2006. Invitation to Oceanography.
Fourth Edition. (This is the textbook for the class.) OPTIONAL!
Syllabus and Schedule for Fall 2007
Click here to download
the combined syllabus and schedule as a pdf file. Please be advised
that both the syllabi and schedule are subject to change; changes
will be announced and discussed in class.
Notes for Fall 2007
Link to CO2 experiment instructions.
Click here to download the class notes
for this fall (pdf file). Note: this file is about 65 pages long!
Objectives and Outline
all sorts of interesting, helpful, and fun places to visit
of Marine Life, Gulf of California
a photo tour of the common marine invertebrates of the
Gulf of California