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Earth I - Geology

The course gives an introduction to planet Earth’s various systems (geosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere), Earth’s place in the universe, Earth’s internal structure, plate tectonics, minerals and rocks, natural catastrophes, natural resources, and the evolution of living organisms.

Rocky coast

For more information see the course home page at:
www.tellus.geo.su.se

  • Course structure

    Assessment

    Is based on a written/oral assessment at the end of the course. Assessment criteria are:

    A = Excellent
    B = Very good
    C = Good
    D = Satisfactory
    E = Sufficient
    Fx = Insufficient
    F = Entirely insufficient

    The assessment criteria will be outlined at the start of the course. To pass the course, a minimum grade E is necessary.

  • Course literature

    Note that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.

    Marshak, S., 2014 eller 2015
    Earth: Portrait of a Planet – 5th or 6th ed
    International Student Edition
    W.W. Norton & Co Inc
    ISBN: 9780393640311

  • Course reports

    Course evaluations allow the possibility to affect and take responsibility for your own learning and gives important information for our work with pedagogical development.

    It's important that all students complete the course evaluations after each course, it gives the Department the opportunity to improve the courses' quality.

    The course evaluation is composed of a number of questions and specific questions for each course. If you, as a student, want to contribute with more course specific questions you may send them to studies@geo.su.se.

    If you haven't received the course evaluation for your finished course, or if you have other questions regarding course evaluations at IGV please contact studies@geo.su.se.

    Course evaluation = student's review of the course
    Course report = course leader's reflections about the review

  • Contact

    Alasdair SkeltonProfessor of Geochemistry and petrology
    Alasdair Skelton
    alasdair.skelton@geo.su.se
    +46 (0)76 770 76 99 | Room: R425

     

    Otto HermelinSenior lecturer, Docent, Geology
    Otto Hermelin
    otto.hermelin@geo.su.se
    +46 (0)8 16 47 34 | Room: R229