Methods in Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology

In this course you will learn geochronological methods, visualisation of geoscience data and scientific writing and publication. You will get an in-depth knowledge in dating methods of importance to Quaternary timescales including radiometric dating, dendrochronology, luminescence dating, cosmogenic radionuclide dating, and tephrochronology. Climate and other geoscience data will be analysed and visualised and you will write a scientific paper where you present the results you have collected during the course. The teaching modules include lectures, practicals, project works, seminars, and exercises.

In this course you will learn geochronological methods, visualisation of geoscience data and scientific writing and publication. You will get an in-depth knowledge in dating methods of importance to Quaternary timescales including radiometric dating, dendrochronology, luminescence dating, cosmogenic radionuclide dating, and tephrochronology. Climate and other geoscience data will be analysed and visualised and you will write a scientific paper where you present the results you have collected during the course. The teaching modules include lectures, practicals, project works, seminars, and exercises.

The course is part of the Master's Programme in Physical Geography and Quaternary Geology, but can also be read as a separate course.

Course responsible
Peter Jansson
E-mail: peter.jansson@natgeo.su.se

Requirements
Competence equivalent to at least 90 ECTS credits in biology-earth sciences, geography, Earth sciences. Also required is knowledge equivalent to Swedish upper secondary school course English B/English 6.

Course details

Academic level(s)Master
CountrySweden
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionStockholm University
Begin date-
End date-
Registration deadline15.04.2020
ECTS credits15.0
Field schoolNo
Fields of studyEnvironmental scienceEarth science
Teaching placeStockholm
Tagsresearch methodsglobal climatemodelphysical geographyquaternary geologytimescalesgeocience data
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