EPS 150 - Fall
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Announcements and Reminders
- Copies of Harjit, Alex and Jose's slides and handout from the 9th week.
- Copies of Amanda, Giavanna and Timothy's slides and handout from the 8th week.
- Copies of Emilia, Eric, Kevin and Victoria's slides and handout from the 7th week.
- Here are two very good abstracts from topic # 5. These still received some feedback comments but make for nice examples of a successful abstract.
- Here are Chris' slides with proposal writing advice and an example of a particularly strong Tibet proposal .
- Copies of Jeemin, Nathan, and Catalina's slides and handout from the 6th week.
- Copies of Wallace, Zachary, and Aurora's slides and handout from the 5th week.
- Here are Octavia's slides with abstract writing advice and the Mars lecture slides
from October 18.
- Download the template and more information for your proposal.
- Here is more information on writing your proposals .
- Copies of Alex, Nick, Aaron, and Kat's slides and handout from the 4th week.
- Copies of Allison, Bryan, Alan, and Ellen's slides and handout from the 3rd week.
- You may be interested in this exchange between Flesch & Bendick and Meade regarding the interpretation of surface velocities with GPS, which I mentioned in class.
- Copies of Alix, Esther, Tom, and Kristen's slides and handout from the 2nd week.
- Copies of Naya, Voon and John's slides and handout from the 1st week.
- Information and tips on writing your abstracts and related slides from Chris' introduction of the abstract assignment.
- Your first written assignment will be an abstract on the papers we discuss in our first Case Study (Topic 1) and will be due on September 20
- When submitting your assignments, please name your files [last-name]-eps150abstract[#].doc (Example: you-eps150abstract1.doc) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Two links
that might help you with the writing of your summaries:
- Tips on giving presentations handout .
- Here are the course introduction and Tibet lecture slides
from our first class meeting on September 6.
- Tips on reading research papers.
- Your first reading assigment to thoroughly read for the lecture on September 6 is Royden et al. (2008) .
- To access course material you need:
- user name: eps150
- password: systems
- There is no text
book for this course. All reading will consist of
journal articles, which will be made available in PDF format
by clicking on the links on the course schedule page .
Page last updated November 22, 2013