OCN 201 Schedule, Spring 2016

MWF

Section 1: 10:30 am (Physical Science 217) or

Section 2: 12:30 pm (MSB 114)

Instructors: E. Heinen De Carlo, Course Coordinator (Geology),

G. Carter (Chemistry/Physics), Grieg Steward (Biology)

 

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Date

Week

Lecture

Instructor

 

Jan 11

1

Class Introduction Slides

Team

 

Jan 13

 

The Scientific Method Slides

De Carlo

Deep-space Timeline (PBS)

Jan 15

 

Origin of the Universe/Earth & Oceans - Ch 1 Slides

De Carlo

Earth's Early Ocean (UCAR)

Jan 18

2

Holiday – Martin Luther King Jr. Day

De Carlo

 

Jan 20

 

History of Oceanography - Ch 2
Traditional/Polynesian Navigation Slides

De Carlo

Polynesian Voyaging Society

Jan 22

 

Earth Structure – Ch 3 Slides

De Carlo

 

Jan 25

3

Ocean Floor Physiography – Ch 4 Slides

De Carlo

 

Jan 27

 

Continental Drift/Plate Tectonics - Ch 3 Slides

De Carlo

The PaleoMap Project (C.R. Scotese)

Jan 29

 

Plate Tectonics I - Ch 3 Slides

De Carlo

This Dynamic Earth (USGS) 
Earthquake Map (Natl. Geographic)

Feb 1

4

Plate Tectonics II – Ch 3 Slides

De Carlo

 

Feb 3

 

Mantle Plumes and Hawaiian Volcanoes Slides

De Carlo

Hotspots (USGS)

100 Years of Kilauea and Mauna Loa Eruptions

Feb 5

 

Coastal Processes – Ch 12 Slides

De Carlo

 

Feb 8

5

Coastal Erosion in Hawaii Slides

De Carlo

Coastal Erosion (EPA)

Feb 10

 

Sediments – Ch 5 Slides

De Carlo

 

Feb 12

 

Hawaiian Volcanoes – Born of Fire

De Carlo

 

Feb 15

6

Holiday – Presidents’ Day

De Carlo

 

Feb 17

 

Mineral and Physical Resources – Ch 17

De Carlo

 

Feb 19

 

MID-TERM EXAM I 

De Carlo

 

Feb 22

7

Salinity* - Ch 2 Slides

Carter

 Glossary of Chemical Terms & Elements

Feb 24

 

Nutrients and Tracers Slides

Carter

 

Feb 26

 

Atmospheric Circulation - Ch 8 Slides

Carter

 

Feb 29

8

Surface Circulation - Ch 9 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 2

 

Thermohaline Circulation- Ch 6,9 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 4

 

Waves I - Ch10 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 7

9

Waves II - Ch 10 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 9

 

Tides - Ch 11 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 11

 

Light and Sound - Ch 6 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 14

10

El Niño - Ch 9 Slides

Carter

 

Mar 16

 

Global Climate Change I Slides

Carter

 

Mar 18

 

Global Climate Change II Slides

Carter

 

Mar 21

11

Holiday – Spring Break

 

 

Mar 23

 

Holiday – Spring Break

 

 

Mar 25

 

Holiday – Spring Break and Good Friday

    

 

Mar 28

12

Review for exam

Carter

 

Mar 30

 

MID-TERM EXAM II

Carter

 

Apr 1

 

The Origin of Life – Ch 1, 13 Slides

Steward

 Exploring Life's Origins
iBiology-Origin of Life
Summary of iBiology

Apr 4

13

Evolution of Life in the Sea – Ch 13 Slides

Steward

 Evolution of Whales

Apr 6

 

Marine Habitats – Ch 13 Slides 

Steward

 Deep Diving Mammals

Apr 8

 

Marine Primary Producers – Ch 14, 15 Slides

Steward

 Plankton

Apr 11

14

Marine Consumers - Ch 14, 15 Slides

Steward

 

Apr 13

 

Marine Invertebrates – Ch 15 Slides

Steward

 Sponge Feeding

Apr 15

 

Marine Vertebrates – Ch 15 Slides

Steward

  Humpback Bubble Net Feeding
Chordate Evolution

Apr 18

15

Patterns of Primary Productivity I: Light- Ch 14 Slides

Steward

 

Apr 20

 

Patterns of Primary Productivity II: Nutrients- Ch 14 Slides

Steward

 

Apr 22

 

Marine Food Webs and Fisheries - Ch 16,17  Slides

Steward

How Whales Change Climate
Subsistence Whaling 
Seafood Watch 

Apr 25

16

Adaptations – Ch 16 Slides

Steward

Frogfish Lures
The insatiable hairy frogfish
Bioluminescence

Apr 27

 

Coral Reefs – Ch 16 Slides

Steward

Atoll Formation

Apr 29

 

Deep Sea – Ch 16 Slides

Steward


May 2

17

Marine Pollution - Ch 18 Slides

Steward

Climate Change

 Sources feeding the garbage patch

May 4

 

Review Slides

Steward

 

May 11

 

FINAL EXAM (Biology portion only, not cumulative. Both Sections: 09:45-11:45 am)

Team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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