SO422, Nearshore Oceanography, is an elective taught in the Oceanography Department at the U.S. Naval Academy. The course features a field trip to Assateague National Seashore to look at the waves, sand, and beach profiles.
|Spring 2009||Course Policy Objectives Lectures Labs Field Trip||Exam 1||Exam 2|
|Fall 2005||Objectives Lectures||Exam 1||Exam 2||Quizzes|
|Fall 2001||Syllabus with lesson objectives. Text by Dean and the CEM The same general principles were taught, but some details varied.||Exam 1||Exam 2||Quizzes|
|Spring 2001||Komar text.||Exam 1||Exam 2||Quizzes|
|Spring 2000||Komar text.||Exam 1||Exam 2||Quizzes|
Spring 1999 and Fall 1998 used the Komar text.
Earlier semesters used a text by Carter (1988, Coastal Environments, Academic Press) Objectives with Carter text
The following material is available on this web page for students in this course:
Good nearshore references
Last Update: 1/5/2009