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  • 1 W 1/18 Organizational Meeting & Overview; (Ch. 1)
  • 2 F 1/20 Missouri Geology

  • 3 M 1/23 Landscape Transformation/Maps
  • 4 W 1/25 Earth Resources through History (Pleistocene to Middle Ages; Ch. 3)
  • 5 F 1/27 Earth Resources through History (Renaissance to WW II)

  • 6 M 1/30 Earth Resources through History (Post WW II)
  • 7 W 2/1 World Population
  • 8 F 2/3 World Population #2

  • 9 M 2/6 World Population & Earth Resources
  • 10 W 2/8 Direct Effects of Resource Use (Ch. 4)
  • 11 F 2/10 Municipal & Industrial Waste
  • 12 M 2/13Atmospheric Effects of Resource Utilization
  • 13 W 2/15 Climate Extremes
  • ..... F 2/17 Exam I
  • 14 M 2/20 Hydrologic Cycle
  • 15 W 2/22 Surface Water Problems & Water Law
  • 16 F 2/24 Engineered Rivers
  • 17 M 2/27 Meramec River
  • 18 W 3/1 Urban Streams, Floods
  • 19 F 3/3 Water: California and Missouri

  • 20 M 3/6 Groundwater Resources & Environmental Problems
  • 21 W 3/8 GR & E
  • 22 F 3/10 The Inhomogeneous Earth; Metals: Properties & Distribution

    MWF 3/13 to 3/17 Spring Break!

  • 23 M 3/20 Abundant Metals: Iron
  • 24 W 3/22 Abundant Metals: Al (Si Ti Mg)
  • 25 F 3/24 Base Metal Deposits: Cu Pb Zn

  • 26 M 3/27 Precious Metals: Au Ag (PGE)
  • 27 W 3/29 Morenci Mine & Comstock Lode
  • ..... F 3/31 Exam II

  • 28 M 4/3 Units, Consumption & Sources of Energy
  • 29 W 4/5 Deforestation & Desertification
  • 30 F 4/7 Coal

  • 31 M 4/10 Petroleum
  • 32 W 4/12 Natural Gas
  • 33 F 4/14 Tar Sand and Oil Shale

  • 34 M 4/17 Nuclear Processes
  • 35 W 4/19 Nuclear Reactors
  • 36 F 4/21 Radwaste

  • 37 M 4/24 Hydroelectric & Wind Power
  • 38 W 4/26 Geothermal, Tidal & Biomass Power
  • 39 F 4/28 Solar Power/ Last Class

  • .....F 5/5 8-10A FINAL EXAM