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[Earth and Planetary Sciences 187. Low Temperature Geochemistry II: Modern and Ancient Biogeochemical Processes]

Introduction to biological and organic chemistry of the Earth’s environment. Primary focus on formation, processing, and preservation of organic carbon, with emphasis on paleoenvironmental applications and on processes occurring at the molecular level. This class is intended to be taken in series with EPS 186.
Note: Course includes a weekly two-hour lab to be arranged. This course fulfills the EPS sub-discipline requirement of Earth History and Geobiology. Given in alternate years. Likely offered in Fall 2019.
Prerequisite: A course in college-level chemistry or equivalent. Chemistry 17 or 27 strongly recommended. EPS 186 strongly recommended.

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Season: 

Spring

Time: 

TBA

Course ID: 

117399

Subject Area: 

Earth and Planetary Sciences

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