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GEOL 216: Sedimentology Syllabus Instructor: Dr. Antun Husinec ...

GEOL 216: Sedimentology Syllabus Instructor: Dr. Antun Husinec ...

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GEOL 216: Sedimentology 4 WEEK # DATE LAB TOPIC READINGS 1 8/31/2010 In Field: Hannawa Falls TBA 2 9/7/2010 In Field: Alexandria Bay TBA 3 9/14/2010 Cincinnati Fieldtrip 4 9/21/2010 In Field: Parmeter Quarry TBA 5 9/28/2010 No lab. Instructor at IAS Meeting in Argentina 6 10/5/2010 In Field: Morristown TBA 7 10/12/2010 Siliciclastic rocks T 3 p. 32-40, 67-77 8 10/19/2010 Siliciclastic rocks in thin section revisit T 3 p. 32-40, 67- 77 9 10/26/2010 Grain types of carbonate rocks T 3 p. 40-50 10 11/2/2010 No lab. Instructor at GSA Meeting in Denver, CO 11 11/9/2010 Carbonate rock types revisit T 4 p. 40-50 12 11/16/2010 Sedimentary structures & paleocurrent p. 45-54 analysis 13 11/23/2010 Thanksgiving recess 14 11/30/2010 Isopach maps and stratigraphic cross sections p. 426-437 15 12/7/2010 LAB PRACTICAL 1 T&W Tucker, M.E. and Wright, V.P., 1990, Carbonate Sedimentology: Blackwell Science, 482 p. 2 C Coe, A.L., 2003, The Sedimentary Record of Sea-Level Change: The Open University and Cambridge University Press, 288 p. 3 T Tucker, M.E., 2003, Sedimentary Rocks in the Field, 3rd edition: John Wiley & Sons, New York, 234 p. CHANGE OF SYLLABUS AND CLASS SCHEDULE, POP-QUIZZES, UNSCHEDULED ASSIGNMENTS The instructor reserves the right to modify the syllabus and class schedule at any time during the semester. Students will be notified of such changes in a timely manner. The instructor also reserves the right to administer pop-quizzes and assign unscheduled homework and/or class assignments at any time. All students will be responsible for completing this work and it will comprise part of the final class grade. GRADING Theory exams (mid-term 15%, and final 25%) based on lecture material and reading 40%, lab practical 20%, lab & field trip write-ups 30%, and research presentation 10%. Class and lab attendance is essential to pass the course. There will also be one opportunity to earn extra credit points during the semester. These will be awarded based on a student’s success in the Jeopardytype classroom quiz. Final grade will be consistent with the 0 to 4 grading scale, and will be determined as follows: Percent range Final grade Percent range Final grade 97.01 or more 4 76.01-79.00 2.25 94.01-97.00 3.75 73.01-76.00 2 91.01-94.00 3.5 70.01-73.00 1.75

GEOL 216: Sedimentology 5 88.01-91.00 3.25 67.01-70.00 1.5 85.01-88.00 3 64.01-67.00 1.25 82.01-85.00 2.75 61.01-64.00 1 79.01-82.00 2.5 61.00 or less 0 HONOR CODE At St. Lawrence, all members of the University community have a responsibility to see that standards of honesty and integrity are maintained. It is the responsibility of each student to learn and understand the standards of academic integrity expected at St. Lawrence, as expressed in the University’s academic honor code. Additional information regarding academic honesty, plagiarism and academic dishonesty procedures and penalties can be found in the Student Handbook. SPECIAL NEEDS If you have a disability for which you are or may be requesting an accommodation, you are encouraged to contact both your instructor and the Director of the Office of Academic Services for Students with Special Needs (John Meager +5104, Secretary +5537) as early as possible in the semester.

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