Department of Geosciences
Weber State University
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Nearest-neighbor analysis and the distribution of sinkholes: an introduction to spatial statistics part of Cutting Edge:Geomorphology:Activities
This is an exercise I use in an upper-division geomorphology course to introduce students to nearest-neighbor analysis, a basic technic in spatial statistics. This technique provides an objective method for ...
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Drainage Basin Morphometry part of Cutting Edge:Geomorphology:Activities
This is a map-based activity in which students will delineate a drainage basin and its channel network, use the "Strahler system" to order the channel network, and develop simple equations to describe the ...
Geomorphology (GEO 3150) part of Cutting Edge:Course Design:Goals Database
The class meets for 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab per week (15 weeks) for 4 credit hours. This is a required course for all three of our degree programs (Geology, Applied Environmental Geoscience, and Earth ...
A Non-Traditional Geoscience Degree for Non-Traditional Students: Applied Environmental Geosciences at Weber State University part of Integrate:Workshops:Geoscience and the 21st Century Workforce:Essays
Richard L. Ford, Weber State University Weber State University (Ogden, UT) is an open-enrollment, dual-mission institution within the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE). As a dual-mission institution, Weber ...
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Applied Environmental Geosciences at Weber State University part of Integrate:Workshops:Geoscience and the 21st Century Workforce:Programs
Information for this profile was provided by Rick Ford, Department of Geosciences, Weber State University. Information is also available on the program website. Students in this program are pursuing a bachelors ...