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A process oriented approach to develop a fundamental understanding of geology and geomorphology.
Experiential laboratory and field experiences of subsurface and surficial interactions with tectonic, hydrologic and atmospheric processes.
Multiple field trips will be required and run during the weekly lab period.
Three hrs. lecture and 2 hrs. lab. Not open to students who have credit for former GEOG 307. Spring. Prerequisite: GEOG 103 or permission of instructor.
By the end of the course, the student should be able to explain and understand scientific concepts, laws or principles, interactions and processes relating to physical geology and geomorphology. Students should demonstrate the ability to:
Develop an in-depth understanding of the Earth's processes
Develop a detailed understanding of the techniques and limitations through of our current understanding of the which the Earth's processes
Useful additional reading
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