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A companion course to PSC 105 Lecture, the lab focuses on activities that reinforce and expand understanding of those topics (see description of PSC 105) as a part of Earth Systems Science. Students engage in "hands on" exploration of minerals and rocks, analysis and interpretation of subsurface geologic structures and surface landforms -- derived from map and remote sensing products. Problems involving geohazards and land use issues are also explored. Class meets for one, two-hour session per week -- 1 credit.
Please view a “generic” at syllabus to view general course content and course requirements for this course. Prospective students may find this general document of interest.
For specific course information, i.e., syllabus, exam dates, handouts, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and project due dates, please login at the College's "Blackboard" web site (note link above and to the right). Some course materials will be available directly from the "Syllabus" page by the beginning of the second week of classes. See the "Items" link.
Provided the College has added your name from its database, you may login and use relevant course materials available by the end of the first week of classes.
For online students, "Blackboard" access is essential. The site is our dominant "community" center.
For on-campus students, "Blackboard" is a source of duplicate copies of materials you misplaced, lost, or missed receiving in class. Also, you may find timely references concerning examinations and projects. Another source of "handouts" may be found in one of the College's Open Computer Labs on the S: Drive under Gsci/Osinski/. . . access the appropriate folder for your course, e.g.. PSC 106.