Geochemical field methods

Undergraduate 2nd year – 7.5 credits, Course code GG5102
Start Fall term period 1
Language: English

The course deals with methods to obtain and analyze water, gas, and sediment samples.

You will obtain knowledge on:
• Sampling methods
• Physical properties
• Nutrient pH, and redox chemistry in aqueous environments
• Biological influence on geochemical processes
• Carbon mineralisation
• Gas exchange between water, sediment, and atmosphere
• Chemical sediment composition
• Weathering

The field work will take place in the Askö laboratory.

The schedule for the HT16 has been updated, sept. 23.

 

Course Director
Volker Brüchert, Geological Sciences, Photo: Eva DalinVolker Brüchert
Department of Geological Sciences

Stockholm University
106 91 Stockholm


volker.bruchert[at]geo.su.se

Admission requirements

to the course requires knowledge equivalent to 60 credits in Geology or Geoscience where Geology 30 credits (GG2006) or equivalent must be included. Alternatively, Geology 30 credits (GG2006), Mathematics for Geoscience 15 credits (MM1007) and Chemistry for Geoscientists 15 credits (KZ2003) or equivalent.

Application

Please apply at: www.antagning.se 

Registration

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Syllabus

Available only in Swedish.

Schedule


The course is part of the basic education but can also be taken as freestanding course.

This is the fall 2016 term's schedule. The schedule has been updated, sept. 23.

Course literature

will be handed out in class.

Examination

Teaching consists of introductory lectures, exercises, and field work. There will be final seminar presentations by the participants. Attendance in all components of the course is mandatory.

See also Syllabus.

 

 

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