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Geological Sciences

107 Mitchell Hall, CB# 3315
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First Session, 2021

GEOL 101 Planet Earth (3)

Major geologic events: earthquakes, volcanic activity, mountain formation, plate tectonics, and erosion. Landscape development by glaciers, streams and groundwater, ocean currents and waves, wind. Not open to students with credit in GEOL 105, 109, or 110. IN-PERSON AND REMOTE LEARNERS.

GEOL 101L Planet Earth Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite or corequisite GEOL 101, 159, 200 or 201. Study of common minerals and rocks. Use of topographic and geologic maps to illustrate geologic processes. Two laboratory hours a week. IN-PERSON AND REMOTE LEARNERS.

Second Session, 2021

GEOL 101 Planet Earth (3)

Major geologic events: earthquakes, volcanic activity, mountain formation, plate tectonics, and erosion. Landscape development by glaciers, streams and groundwater, ocean currents and waves, wind. Not open to students with credit in GEOL 105, 109, or 110. IN-PERSON AND REMOTE LEARNERS.

GEOL 101L Planet Earth Laboratory (1)

Prerequisite or corequisite GEOL 101, 159, 200 or 201. Study of common minerals and rocks. Use of topographic and geologic maps to illustrate geologic processes. Two laboratory hours a week. IN-PERSON AND REMOTE LEARNERS.