Earth Science

GLY 171 -- Spring 2007

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Earth Science is an introductory natural science course designed for non-science majors. We cover a wide variety of topics, from Plate Tectonics to Rocks to the Atmosphere to Tsunamis. The course is included in both the College's General Education program (Cortland GE 8a) and SUNY's General Education program (SUNY GE 2). The catalog description is below:

Earth Science (GLY 171) -- Basic concepts and principles of geology, meteorology, and oceanography. Three lectures and one two-hour laboratory per week. Not open to geography, mathematics, or science majors or to students with credit for GLY 160 or 261. (4 sem. hr.)



Dr. Robert S. Darling
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