Specialized Graduate Courses

JGN 2607H Advanced Techniques in Hydrogeology
This course examines methods of investigating groundwater flow and subsurface transport of contaminants. It can be tailored to meet the interests and experience of the student. Basic theory is provided during a series of lectures, normally held on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings at UTSC. There is also a small project component, usually involving chemical speciation or contaminant transport models, applied to a groundwater problem.

Prerequisites: none

Instructor: K.W.F. Howard

ESS2608H Advanced Glacial Sedimentology

GLG3602H Seminars in Geology
This is a term-length course that will usually involve lectures, reading assignments, and classroom discussion focusing on a specific theme not covered in any of the regularly-scheduled courses. The course structure, content and method of evaluation must be approved by the associate chair for graduate studies.

Prerequisites: None

Instructor: Staff

ESS3604H Selected Topics in Geology
This is a term-length course that usually will involve one-to-one discussion between a faculty member and student on reading assignments on a specific theme not covered in any of the regularly-scheduled courses. The course structure, content and method of evaluation must be approved by the associate chair for graduate studies.

Prerequisites: None

Instructor: Staff

ESS3605H Selected Topics in Geochemistry
This course will provide a more focused treatment of specific topics covered in GLG2304 Geochemistry. Possible areas of focus include: contaminant fate and transport in the subsurface, geochemistry of mineral deposits, cosmochemistry, microbial geochemistry, geochemical biomarkers, trace element geochemistry of igneous rocks. The course will be taught by different instructors depending on the topic, and as demand warrants.

Prerequisites:  None

Instructor: Staff

ESS3606H Selected Topics in Earth System Evolution
This course will provide a more focused treatment of specific topics covered in GLG2303 Earth System Evolution. Possible areas of focus include: the stratigraphic record of global change, techniques in paleoevironmental research, global biogeochemical cycles and paleoceanography. The course will be taught by different instructors depending on the topic, and as demand warrants.

Prerequisites: None

Instructor: Staff

ESS3607H Selected Topics in Geodynamics
This course will provide a more focused treatment of specific topics covered in GLG2222 Tectonics and Planetary Dynamics. Possible areas of focus include: tectonic modeling, structural analysis, Precambrian geophysics and dynamics of the terrestrial planets. The course will be taught by different instructors depending on the topic, and as demand warrants.

Prerequisites: None

Instructor: Staff

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