Intensive Course and Workshop by Prof. Quade and Doctor Dettman from the University of Arizona
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ãããVenueãConference Room 321/the bldg. of the Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies
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ãããVenueãMultipurpose Hall of Ito Guest House
ã»ãCourse TitleããIntegrated Sciences for Human Era
ãTechnological innovation in geochemical analysis has improved our understanding fro climate in the past and human history.
ãThis lecture introduces advanced knowledge of paleoclimatology, and discusses on the relationships between human activities and climate changes during the period of the last millions of years.
ã2 credits will be granted to those who study“Comprehensive Earth Sciences” or “Comprehensive East Asian & Japanese Studies” as their main or sub course by taking this entire series of the special lectures and the workshop.
ãFor those who wish to take this course are requested to mail Prof. Kano at email@example.com, in advance.
Graduate School of
Integrated Sciences for Global Society
Global Project Office
744 Motooka, Nishi-ku, Fukuoka