Dr. Muller offers the following classes at FGCU:
GLY 1000C: Physical Geology
Physical Geology, provides an introduction to the materials which compose the Earth, the processes that have changed those materials, and the history of change that has occurred throughout the 4.6 billion year history of the planet. Topics covered may include historical development of the sciences, formation of rocks and minerals, deformation of rocks, mountain building and ocean basin formation, surface processes and landform evolution, and geological hazards.
EVR 4930: Paleoclimatology
Paleoclimatology provides an introduction to Earths climate and variations of climate through geological and historical time. The course will look at methods used in paleoclimate reconstruction and paleoclimate archives preserved in ice cores, marine sediments, terrestrial sediments and fossil records. The course will help students understand past climate variability and provide key insights into how climate may change in the future.
GLY 4074C: Meteorology & Climatology
Meteorology and Climatology, provides an introduction to atmospheric processes of weather and climate and their effects upon marine and terrestrial systems. Historical records of climate and the methods employed in their study are introduced and used to understand modeling of future climate change.