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Crow, Carolyn Alicia Assistant Professor

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  • ASTR 4330 - Cosmochemistry
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019 / Spring 2021 / Fall 2021
    Investigates chemical and isotopic data to understand the composition of the solar system: emphasis on the physical conditions in various objects, time scales for change, chemical and nuclear processes leading to change, observational constraints, and various models that attempt to describe the chemical state and history of cosmological objects in general and the early solar system in particular. Department enforced prerequisite: upper-division undergraduate standing in physical science and upper-division undergraduate chemistry or physics or math courses. Same as ASTR 5330 and GEOL 4330 and GEOL 5330.
  • GEOL 4330 - Cosmochemistry
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019 / Spring 2021 / Fall 2021
    Investigates chemical and isotopic data to understand the composition of the solar system: emphasis on the physical conditions in various objects, time scales for change, chemical and nuclear processes leading to change, observational constraints, and various models that attempt to describe the chemical state and history of cosmological objects in general and the early solar system in particular. Department enforced prerequisite: upper-division undergraduate standing in physical science and upper-division undergraduate chemistry or physics or math courses. Same as GEOL 5330 and ASTR 4330 and ASTR 5330.
  • GEOL 5150 - Planetary Field Geology
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2021
    Provides an overview of the geology, age and origins of the solid (rocky) planets, dwarf planets and moons of our solar system and the processes that form them from comparative studies from comparative geology. Includes modules on volcanism, rifting, aeolian processes, fluvial erosion, impacts, climate change and paleontology. Same as GEOL 4150.
  • GEOL 5330 - Cosmochemistry
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2021 / Fall 2021
    Investigates chemical and isotopic data to understand the composition of the solar system: emphasis on the physical conditions in various objects, time scales for change, chemical and nuclear processes leading to change, observational constraints, and various models that attempt to describe the chemical state and history of cosmological objects in general and the early solar system in particular. Department enforced prerequisite: graduate standing in physical science and graduate chemistry or physics or math courses. Same as GEOL 4330 and ASTR 4330 and ASTR 5330.

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