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EASC 334:Organic Geochemistry

This course focuses on organic carbon geochemistry and its use to solve problems of geological and environmental relevance. The subjects treated include organic carbon in space, the global carbon cycle, chemical composition of biogenic matter, sedimentology...

EASC 334:Organic Geochemistry

This course focuses on organic carbon geochemistry and its use to solve problems of geological and environmental relevance. The subjects treated include organic carbon in space, the global carbon cycle, chemical composition of biogenic matter, sedimentology...

EASC 332:Introduction to Petroleum Geology

This course provides an overview of the importance of energy in our lives, the very significant role that fossil fuels like petroleum and coal have in supplying this energy, the environmental effects of producing, transporting, refining, using and burning...

EASC 323:Soil Mechanics

Soil classification; Practical importance of index properties; Principal types of soils; Size and shape of soil particles; Properties of very fine soil fractions; Mechanical analysis of soils: Bulk density; Unit weight; Atterberg limits:-Liquid limit; Plastic...

EASC 317:Environmental Geochemistry

The fundamental geochemical principles studied in EAES 204 are applied to the understanding of specific types of contaminants and contaminated environments: heavy metal contamination; landfills; pollutant transport in groundwater, environmental geochemistry...

EASC 222:Petrography

This practical course covers the study of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks in hand specimen and thin sections. Concepts are illustrated by rock suites from Ghana and elsewhere.

EASC 218:Introduction to Palaeontology

Brief introduction study of foraminefera, diatoms, cocoliths etc. Nature of the organism and geologic importance. Important index fossils, Environmental stratigraphy, environmental reconstruction and the earth science. Identification and sketching of some...

EASC 209:Earth’s Materials and Resources

The course is made up of two parts. The first part concerns Earth's materials, including the atom, elements, compounds and minerals, crystallinity, the importance of silicate minerals, physical properties of minerals, and formation, identification and...

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