Fall Semester 2014-2015: 2015-2016; 2016-2017
Summer Session 2, 2016, 2017
Using MediaKron to enrich your learning experience allows you to view and comprehend images, text, video, and audio clips in a website that tie our topics in time and space and to compare various aspects of major topics and to allow you to comment on media and to more fully express ideas, philosophy, trends, and examples presented in class and to produce a record of major aspects of earthquake, tsunami, and volcanic hazards through time.
We will use the Learning Management system called Instrucuture Canvas. We will feature four Virtual Labs within Canvas that will be able to be completed and submitted online. All are required to have Google Docs on their laptops and to learn how to use Google Docs and Google Draw and be able to submit your Virtual Lab assignments online.
All course Powerpoints will be posted within Canvas > Files > ppts. Our syllabus also will be available online.
Instructions on how to write your Individual Report on Water Resources of U. S. States
to be assigned on June 30th and is due on August 2, 2106 in-class, will be passed out during the first class. This is a long-term individual project equivalent to a mid-term exam grade. You should start working on this early.
- Dr. Ken Galli's MediaKron website for Environmental Issues and Resources
- Environmental Issues & Resources Links
- How to Write the McPhee Report
- Introduction to Population
- Map Reading Terms
- Basic Rock Properties
Previous Courses Taught:
Spring Semester 2014, 2015:
eesc1125 Exploring Earth History
Fall Semester 2012-2013:
Spring Semester 2013:
GE17001 Rivers and the Environment
Summer Semester 2014:
EESC116301 Environmental Issues and Resources
Summer Semester, Session 2
This course counts toward the Environmental Studies Minor.
GE265 Stratigraphy & Sedimentation Lab Fall 2012 Strat & Sed Lab Syllabus galli 2012
GE12501 Exploring Earth History Syllabus 2012
GE17001 Rivers and the Environment Spring 2011Syllabus
GE17201 Weather, Climate and the Environment Fall 2010
Previous Lectures Presented:
Clay Mineralogy, Rock Color, and X-Ray Diffraction in GE374 Sedimentary Petrology Spring 2012
Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Sedimentary Petrology of the Colorado Plateau Sedimentary Sequence in GE374 Sedimentary Petrology Spring 2012