[MSA-talk] Plate tectonic Ig/Met Pet syllabus
Lincoln S. Hollister
linc at Princeton.EDU
Wed Dec 27 20:42:03 EST 2017
that’s the way I tought those subjects, but never memorolized the syllabus into text format. I used associations in the field to link together the subjects.
> On Dec 27, 2017, at 9:57 AM, Matt Kohn <mattkohn at boisestate.edu> wrote:
> I’m teaching igneous and metamorphic petrology this spring, and I’d like to experiment with approaching it with a plate tectonic/Earth processes structure.
> For example, for one block of the class, I might couple subduction zone metamorphism with arc volcanism. Or, continental collision - type regional metamorphism with partial melting and production of S-type granites.
> I haven’t been able to find a syllabus that covers Ig/Met pet in this way.
> Yes, I’ve looked on the SERC website.
> Does anyone have a lead on just such a course design? I’d really rather not make any mistakes that others have discovered.
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