Oceanography 540--Marine Geological Processes--Autumn Quarter 2002

Oceanography 540:
Marine Geological Processes

Principles of thermodynamics, heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, continuum mechanics, and time-series analysis applied to marine geological and geophysical data. Applications to heat transfer from the seafloor, to near-ridge Pleistocene sediment records and to global sea level.


Ocean 540 (i.e., Ocean 549b) continues major revision in Autumn Quarter 2002, making a transition from 5-credit format to 3-credit format. This web will make extensive use of the 2001 course web. In addition a tgz file of an earlier version of the course web from Spring 1997 will remain on-line indefinitely. Please let me know of any problems (content, formatting, broken links): mcduff@ocean.washington.edu (9/30/2002)


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