Fall Term 2014

*Location Key: Cruft=19a Oxford St.; GM=Geological Museum, 24 Oxford St.; Hoff=Hoffman Lab, 20 Oxford St.; MCZ=26 Oxford St.; Northwest Labs=52 Oxford St.; Pierce=29 Oxford St.; SC=Science Center, 1 Oxford St.

Course # Title Instructor Day & Time Location*
EPS 21 The Dynamic Earth: Geology and Tectonics Through Time O'Connell MWF 10-11am + 3hr lab

GM 102 (Haller Hall)

EPS 52 Introduction to Global Geophysics Mitrovica MW 1-2:30pm GM 204 (McKinstry Seminar Room)
EPS 109 Earth Resources and the Environment Shaw TuTh 1-2:30pm + 3hr lab MCZ 202
EPS 181 Historical Geobiology Knoll TuTh 2:30-4pm MCZ 202
EPS 186 Low Temperature Geochemistry I: Introduction to biogeochemical cycles Johnston TuTh 10-11:30am MCZ 202
EPS 200 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Jacob and Wofsy WF 10-11:30am GM 105 (Daly Seminar Room)
EPS 206 Solid Earth Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry: A Primer Jacobsen TuTh 2:30-4pm Hoff 129
EPS 208 Physics of Climate Kuang TuTh 1-2:30pm GM 418
EPS 236 Environmental Modeling Wofsy and Jacob WTh 2:30-4pm GM 105 (Daly Seminar Room)
EPS 239 The Consequences of Energy Systems Schrag F 10-12pm

GM 310 (HUCE Seminar Room)

EPS 282r New Views on the Tectonic Evolution of the Appalachians Macdonald Tu 2-5pm GM 204 (McKinstry Seminar Room)
Freshman Seminar and General Education courses taught by EPS Faculty
FRSEM 21f On Broken Ground: The Science and Impact of Earthquakes Meade W 2-5pm Geo Mus 103a
SPU 12 Natural Disasters Meade TuTh 10-11:30am + 2hr lab SC D
SPU 14 How to Build a Habitable Planet Langmuir MWF 11-12pm + section SC E
SPU 29 The Climate-Energy Challenge Schrag M 1-4 + section Pierce 301