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CSL's Teaching Programs

The CSL - Center for Carbonate Research and Education is part of the Department of Marine Geoscience at the Rosenstiel School for Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami. The student wishing to prepare for graduate work in Marine Geoscience must be well trained in the basic sciences. According to the special interests of the individual, the undergraduate major and minor should be in geology, physics, chemistry, and or mathematics. The Department of Marine Geosciences offers M.S. and Ph.D. programs in the following broad areas.

  • Environmental Geology & Geochemistry
  • Sedimentary Systems & Marine Geology
  • Igneous Petrology and Geochemistry
  • Applied Geophysics
  • Geodesy

Ms. and Ph.D. students within the CSL attend courses within the division and the school for a comprehensive education in Earth Science. The following courses for graduate students are offered by the CSL - Center for Carbonate Research and Education:

Gregor Eberli
MGS 511/611 - Earth Surface Processes
MGS 519/619 - Field Evaluation of Fossil Platforms, Margins, & Basins (I & II)
MGS 724 - Seismic Interpretation of Carbonate Systems
MGS 725 - Petrophysics of Carbonates
MGS 727 - Analysis of Carbonate Cores & Logs

Peter Swart
MGS 513 - Geochemistry
MGS 726 - Carbonate Diagenesis & Petrography
MGS 750 - Stable Isotopes in Biogeochemical Processes
MSC 101 - Introductory Oceanography

Sam Purkis
MGS 561/641 – Spring Break Field Seminar

 

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