Climate Change - a geological perspective, Introductory Course
7.5 credits cr.
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"Climate change – a geological perspective is a popular science course about the geological processes which control Earth’s climate and about how the climate has changed throughout Earth’s history.
Course period summer 2021: The course starts June 21 (incorrect study period in the right column).
The rapidity of ongoing global warming will be viewed in the context of geological time. Geological climate change solutions (e.g. carbon capture storage) will also be covered in the course. Course participants will learn about some of the latest research on climate which is being done at Stockholm University.
Course period spring 2021: The course is read entirely by distance and at a pace that suits you. After you have been formally accepted, you will receive a welcome letter with specific information about deadlines (incorrect study period in the right column).
Course grades will be based on a written/oral exam in the end of the course.
Grades will be set according to a seven-point scale related to the learning objectives of the course:
A = Excellent
B= Very good
C = Good
D = Satisfactory
E = Adequate
Fx = Fail, some additional work required
F = Fail, much additional work required.
The grading criteria will be distributed at the beginning of the course.
In order to pass the course, students must receive the minimum passing grade E.
Note that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.
William F. Ruddiman, 2013
Earth's Climate: Past and Future
W.H. Freeman, 3rd ed
and scientific articles will be given during the course.
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