Dear Dr. Jenkin:
I don't understand what you mean by UK higher Education, but sometimes I
saw questions which have to be asked one's lecturer. It is an easy way
of learning to ask the mail list how thick is the continental crust, but
by doing so he /she may only memorize the value not knowing how it is
estimated or what sort of uncertainty is involved in that value etc.
You may discourage this sort of question. May be I am too old!
Takano Higashi-Hiraki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto ,606-8107 Japan
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Subject: acceptable use of geo-metamorphism
This is a message from your listowner.
Please can I remind members of this list that the purpose of this list
to discuss matters of metamorphic geology.
It is NOT to be used for making personal comments about people.
What is acceptable (and unacceptable) use of this list is covered in the
Please note that I can (and will) delete users who do not conform to the
acceptable use policy.
Regards to all, and thanks to all the contributors to the recent
discussions about metamorphic grade.
Dr Gawen RT Jenkin
Lecturer in Applied Geology direct dial: +44 (0116) 252 3934
Department of Geology general office: +44 (0116) 252 3933
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