Oceanography introduces the major physical and biological features of Earth's oceans and examines how they are connected. It explores the geologic processes that shape the ocean basins, the forces that move seawater and influence the planet's climate and coastlines, and the changing physical conditions and selective pressures—including those caused by human activities—that affect the nature and distribution of marine life.
- Scheduled: Spring 2017 (18-Jan to 24-May)
- Section number (CRN): 3014
Oceanography (GEOL 1140) is currently being offered in a lecture format and uses resources posted on this website (syllabus, course resources, and student scores) and on a companion Etudes site (online questions, announcements, private messaging, and writing assignment articles). More information about Etudes login is available on the Online Student Help page.