Pat Pringle, instructor
HEADS UP! I am periodically updating the resources web link—However, we are mainly using the Canvas site for this class. For example, the lecture links listed below are old copies of the lectures.
fieldtrips and fieldtrip schedule –you must attend two of the three fieldtrips offered. Complete the assignments given out on the trip including one field report for each fieldtrip.
Class assignments—I will hand out a series of lab assignments on minerals and igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks
NOTE, ALL FIELD WRITE UPS ARE DUE ON THE FIRST MONDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK FOLLOWING EACH TRIP.
Geovideo review form
You don't have to use this for video reviews unless asked to, but it
may provide some ideas to enhance your viewing and/or writeup
Use the Kirk Library catalog to find geology resources that will help you on your field reports. Don’t forget to check and see what materials are on electronic reserve for geology (see Kirk Library page listing). Also, check the materials on reserve for geology in the Kirk library.
Lecture pdfs (modified from R Viens, BCC) Geology of the Pacific Northwest by Rob Viens many useful things on this page by Rob (BCC)
Lecture 1 intro 2_minerals_RV 3_Igneous_rocks Volcanoes and volcanic landforms Sedimentary rocks Metamorphic rocks Lecture on Geologic Time Test 2 study guide maps and imagery Jack Powell's overview of WA geologic history Ancient Rocks of the Pacific Northwest Terranes lecture (courtesy of Rob Viens) Rob's North Cascades lecture Study guide to maps, ancient rocks, terranes
This page updated on May 20, 2017