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ESC 1-Earth Science

ESCI 1-LECTURE-Syllabus

ESC 1-End of Semester Project Information

To those of you who did not attend the field trip--you are required to complete either a presentation on your assigned Earth Scientist OR a report on the individual I assign to you.

The project you choose to complete is due Thursday, May 16th during the final exam. Prior to the final, you will give a presentation in a random order, which will be posted here.

Please email me if you have any questions about this project, and I will see you in class.

Earth Scientists-Presentations and Papers

**If you do not have an Earth Scientist assigned, please contact me no later than 11 PM tonight!**

Prior to the Final Exam, the following scientists will be discussed:

-Hildegarde Howard

-Caroline Herschel

-Tim Orr

Thank you, and see you in class!

~Diana L. Pomeroy

ESC 1-Online Resources

ESC 1-Extra Credit Opportunities

Hi everyone,

The Alf Museum in Claremont has Discovery Days where you can learn more about paleontology and Earth science concepts we will cover in class.

For up to 10 points of extra credit, you can attend ONE of these events and do a one page, 12 point font, double spaced typed write up the event you visited, in addition to attaching a brochure/ticket as proof of attendance.

The Discovery Days are held on Saturdays at the Alf Museum from 1-4 PM. They include a Guest Speaker discussing each of the topics below. The dates and topics of each Discovery Day are:

February 9th-Fossil Fest

March 9th-Making Monsters-Science in Art

April 13th-The Mighty Dinosaurs

May 11th-The Path of the Paleontologist

I hope you enjoy the Discovery Days event should you choose to go, and see you in class!

ESC 1 Final Exam Study Guide

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