This course provides an introduction to marine geophysics and geological interpretation of marine geophysical data.
The course covers the theory behind standard marine geophysical mapping, focusing particularly on acoustic methods. The course includes a historical overview of how geophysical methods have been used to explore the oceans and how seafloor mapping has contributed to understanding of Earth’s evolution.
The course is given on-site & by distance
Note! For the distance course the re-exams may be held on campus.
The course litterature is the same for both courses.
For the distance course please go to course page
For the on-site course please keep reading the information below.
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 literatureNote that the course literature can be changed up to two months before the start of the course.
E. J. W. Jones, 1999
For the distance course:
Professor of Marine geology and geophysics
+46 (0)8 16 47 19 | Room: R209
For the on-site course:
Assistant professor, Marine geophysical mapping and modelling
+46 (0)8 16 78 35 | Room: R215