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Introduction to Earth and Environmental Science (SIO 50)
Geoffrey Cook, University of California-San Diego
The course is an introduction to how our planet works, focusing on the formation and evolution of the solid earth, the dynamic nature of earth systems, and the environmental issues pertinent to society. Students ...

History of Life
Mitchell Colgan, College of Charleston
This Honor's Geology Class provides an overview of the origin and evolution life. The course uses geological and paleontological methods to help the student appreciate scientific approaches to testing and ...

Historical Geology
Pamela Gore, Georgia Perimeter College
This introductory online historical geology class teaches basic scientific principles like evolution and plate tectonics, then reviews Earth history from the Precambrian to the present day. The readings are online ...

Structural Geology
Dan Morgan, Vanderbilt University
This course addresses many topics about how rocks break and deform, for which I try to emphasize applications to earthquakes, hydraulic fracturing, hydrocarbon extraction, and landscape evolution.

Internet Historical Geology (GEOL 1404-N1)
Amanda Julson, Blinn College
General principles of historical geology with emphasis on evolution of Earth and life through time. The internet format permits students to meet course requirements in a wide variety of schedule/location situations ...

Introductory Astronomy: Syllabus and Study Guides
Stephen Shawl, University of Kansas; Pima Community College
An integrated lecture-lab introductory astronomy course with topics limited primarily to the nature and evolution of stars. Also included is the changing appearance of the night sky with time and place, the nature ...

Earth History
Mitchell Colgan, College of Charleston
An overview of the 4.5 billion-year history of our planet as revealed by analysis and interpretation of the geologic and paleontologic record preserved in rocks of the earth's crust.

Darwin & Dinosaurs
Joann Hochstein, College of Central Florida
non-major general science

Paleontology
John Taylor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus

Dinosaurs
Katherine McCarville, Upper Iowa University
Dinosaur paleontology incorporates concepts from geology and biology and integrates aspects of chemistry, physics and mathematics to explain and understand these magnificent animals, the environments in which they ...


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