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DateSubjectReading 1/13Atomic structure - basic principlesChapters 1+4 1/15The Periodic Table and atomic propertiesChapter 4 Laboratory: Introduction to Earth MaterialsChapters 2+3 1/20Formation of ions; bondingChapter 4 1/22Pauling’s RulesChapter 4 Laboratory: Atomic Periodicity and Atomic StructureChapter 4 1/27Coordination polyhedraChapter 4 1/29Mineral compositions - representationChapter 4 Laboratory: Physical Properties of MineralsChapter 3 2/3Lecture Examination #1 2/5Introduction to Geologic EnvironmentsChapter 2 Laboratory: Mineral IdentificationChapter 3 2/10Igneous processes: plate tectonics and magma originChapter 8 2/12Igneous processes: compositions and compositional variationsChapter 8 Laboratory: Mineral IdentificationChapter 7 2/17Igneous processes: crystallization of magmaChapter 8 2/19Igneous processes: numerical simulation of fractional crystallization In-class exercise Chapter 8 Laboratory: Mineral IdentificationChapter 7 2/24Igneous processes: basaltsChapter 9 2/26Igneous processes: subduction zones - andesites and granitesChapter 9 G225 - Earth Materials Syllabus - Spring 2015 Lecture Section :15A-12:30P Tuesdays and Thursdays, Room GY 447 Lab Section :25P-03:20P Thursday, Room GY 245 Instructor: Dr. Edward M. Ripley Office: Geology 329, Phone: website: Lab Instructor: Brad Thomas
Laboratory: Igneous Rock IdentificationChapter 7 3/3Igneous processes: minerals and reviewChapters 8+9 3/5Lecture Examination #2 Laboratory Examination #1 3/10Sedimentary processes: weathering - chemical and biological controlsChapter 10 3/12Sedimentary processes: transport and deposition of detrital sedimentsChapter 11 Laboratory: Sedimentary Minerals and RocksChapter 12 3/ SPRING BREAK 3/24Sedimentary processes: Compositional maturity of detrital sedimentsChapter 11 3/26Sedimentary processes: chemical and biologic controls on rock formation - carbonates, evaporites, banded iron formations Chapter 11 Laboratory: Weathering ProductsChapter 10 4/2Sedimentary processes: In-class exercise 4/4Chemical sedimentary rocksChapter 11 Laboratory: Hydrothermal MineralsChapter 15 4/7Lecture Examination #3 4/9Metamorphic processes: Causes and types of metamorphismChapter 14 Laboratory: Metamorphic MineralsChapter 13 4/14Metamorphic processes: textures and classificationChapter 14 4/16Metamorphic reactions: In-class exerciseChapter 14 Laboratory: Metamorphic RocksChapter 13 4/21Surface processes: factors that control soil formationwebsite 4/23Surface processes: identifying soil types and featureswebsite Laboratory: Observations of a Local Soil Profile 4/28Ore deposits - economic mineralsChapter 15 4/30Plate tectonics and the rock cycle Laboratory Examination #2 5/7FINAL EXAM Thursday May 7 th FROM 10:15 A.M. – 12:15 A.M.
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