Oceanography A: Week 9 Update

18/16 week Fall 2019

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This Week's Focus: Chemical Oceanography

We will finsh our study of Geological Oceanography and begin Chemical Oceanography. More information about the content, the location of each handout, and helpful hints for each assignment can be found in Module 3: Geological Oceanography and Module 4: Chemical Oceanography.

Did you know that this week marks the halfway point of the course?

Are your grades where you want them to be? You have exactly half of the course left to bring your grade to where you'd like it to be at the end of the semester. Do you want an A but have a B? Do you want to pass but aren't currently? Why not try the following for the second half and see if something changes? What have you got to lose?

  • Watch the live synchronous sessions or the recordings
  • Spending the suggested 30-45 minutes per day on oceanography
  • Start your assignments earlier, rather than later
  • Study for your tests and quizzes
  • Do the practice problems and ask questions if you don't understand something.

Remember, if nothing changes, nothing changes.

As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me:

Emily Kroutil


470-238-8663 (call or text; please do not call after 8 PM)

DUE October 2 - assignments from September 25 through (and including) October 1

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Synchronous Help Session

Tuesday, Oct. 1st, 8-9pm

This is an online event.

Chemical Oceanography - I will be discussing this module. Click this LINK to join the session.

In general....

APES topics will be covered from 8:00-8:30

Oceanography topics will be covered from 8:30-9:00