Mars Evolution EPS 465/565 340 Northrop Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30AM-1:45PM Professor Carl Agee Office: 313 Northrop firstname.lastname@example.org 277-1644. Course Requirements.
Tuesdays & Thursdays 12:30AM-1:45PM
Professor Carl Agee
Office: 313 Northrop
Students are expected to attend all class meetings, read all assigned material, and participate in discussion of assigned reading.
Undergraduate students will be required to give one oral “review” of an assigned research article.
Graduate students will be required to give two oral “reviews” of assigned research articles.
We will have a short homework assignment about every other week.
All students are required to take the Midterm and Final Exams.
First half of course is a “Lecture”
Second half of course a “Seminar”
No Textbook for this course. Powerpoints available at
Assigned articles for presentation will also be available for download later in the semester.
Introduction to Mars
Mars Exploration Historical
Mars Exploration Current
Mars Exploration Future
~24 Mars Meteorites present in world’s collection
Formation and Composition of Mars
Atmosphere and Climate
North Polar Cap Layering
South Polar Cap
Water on Mars
Search for Life