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Plate Tectonics
Rory McFadden, Salem State University
A systematic treatment of the geology and geophysics of plate tectonics, based on present knowledge of the structure and physical properties of the Earth's interior. Included are present kinematics of plate ...

G101: Introduction to Geology: Solid Earth
Deron Carter, Linn-Benton Community College
An introductory course in Physical Geology, focusing on the formation of earth materials in the context of plate tectonics. The lab and lecture are integrated to promote active learning.

Earth and the Environment
Bruce Rueger, Colby College
Environmental issues begin with Earth materials and processes. Provides the conceptual framework for understanding Earth systems and how these operate over the short term (generational lifespan) and long term ...

Physical Geology
Vince Cronin, Baylor University
This is a rather standard course in physical geology, except that some common topics are omitted (deserts, coastlines, marine geology), shortened (glaciers), or included/expanded (geologic time, the history of life ...

GIS 120 Introduction to Remote Sensing
Michelle Kinzel, Oregon State University
GISG 120 introduces students to the basics of remote sensing applications, characteristics of remote sensors, electromagnetic radiation and its interactions with remote sensing media, visual interpretation of ...

Earth Science
Kiran Kumar Satyavarapu
Students from grades 9-12 learn concepts in Earth science and apply them to their daily life. All the classes and courses are based on Arizona State standards, incorporating Navajo Standards.

Oregon Field Geology SCI 675 (West) and 676 (East) and 575 (Central)
Kip Ault, Lewis and Clark College
"Oregon Field Geology" introduces field techniques at an novice level to both teachers and undergraduate Environmental Studies majors (the College has no geology department). Featured are travel through ...

Teaching the Geology of the Pacific Northwest
Anne Egger, Central Washington University
This course is for Earth science teaching majors, general science teaching majors, and anyone who is interested in both the geology of the Pacific Northwest and how to teach. We explore broad themes in Earth ...

Oceanography
Kent Syverson, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Catalog description: Survey of the world oceans with emphasis on geologic processes. Also includes chemical, physical, and biological aspects of the sea. Investigates human interaction with the marine environment.

Grand Valley State University: Earth Science in Elementary Education
Steve Mattox, Grand Valley State University
Earth Science in Elementary Education is the geologic content course in the integrated science teacher development sequence. The six hour combined lecture/lab course requires students to work in teams to solve ...


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