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Courses

GPS offers a wide variety of courses in the fields of both earth and planetary sciences. Classes cover all areas of these fields of study and are available at both the undergraduate and graduate level.

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Course Addition for Fall Term -

Ge 193.  "Venus" (1-2-0), 3 units. A seminar-style course focusing on recent and seminal papers, and featuring talks, about Venus scientific research across multiple disciplines. Topics include tectonics, geochemistry, habitability, atmospheric science, and technology. The course will meet once a week and consist of a series of talks, complimented with relevant papers for discussion. Instructor: Jackson.

Meeting Details: Wednesday, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm, 162 S. Mudd
[Note: The first class will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019]
Course Flyer [pdf]
Link to course outline, speakers, and background reading


Course Addition for Winter Term -

Ge 194. (Special Topics in Planetary Science). Instructor: de Kleer.


Course Addition for Spring Term -

Ge 195. (Special Topics in Geology: Geology of the American Southwest). Instructor: Bucholz
Ge 197. (Special Topics in Geobiology).  Instructor:  Fischer
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