PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (4)
Explore earth materials, processes and structures within a plate tectonics framework: origin and structure of the earth, rocks and minerals, geologic time, fossils and evolution, earthquakes and volcanoes, ocean basins, formation of landscapes, special topics. No course prerequisites; concurrent enrollment in GEOL 101L or instructor permission. S.
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LABORATORY (1)
Learn how to recognize earth materials, features, and structures. Identification of common rocks and minerals; topographic and geologic maps. Concurrent enrollment in GEOL 101 or instructor permission. S.
IMPORTANT NOTE: => please add “geol101” to subject line of all class-related emails
Lectures from Fall 2010
Ch_1_why_study_geology Ch_2_how_we_study_geology Ch_3_plate_tectonics Ch_4_min_rx Chap. 5 Igneous Rocks and volcanism Ch_7_metamorphic Ch_13_earthquakes
Chapt. 8--geologic time Ch_9_Earth_history Ch-11_H2O
(old stuff) Lectures from Winter 2010 Intro to Geology, Chapter 1 Mineral summary, part 1, chap2 Minerals, part 2 Rock cycle, chap. 3
Chp4_ingeous rx Volcanic hazards lecture Volcano types part 1 Volcano types part 2
Sedimentary rocks Metamorphic rocks Chap. 11 Structures..earthquakes Chap. 15 Mass wasting
Mass wasting (small) screen version
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