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Coastal Morphology and Processes
Peter Adams, University of Florida
This class is focused on quantitative investigations into the origin/evolution of coastal landforms and the physical processes responsible for their creation and modification. We will cover the following topics: ...
Life on Earth: How Biology Built a Planet (and vice versa)
James Farquhar, University of Maryland-College Park
The history of Earth and the history of life are intricately intertwined through climatological, geochemical, and biochemical conceptions. The evolution of Earth systems in deep time, a time frame that extends ...
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 ...
Geological Disasters: Agents of Chaos
Lawrence L. Malinconico, Lafayette College
Earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, landslides, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, and asteroid impacts are all part of the geologic evolution of the earth. For many different reasons, humans are exposed to the often ...
GEOL 286-288: Geology Seminar in New Zealand
In this course, we will study the tectonic evolution of the South Island. Participants will work in small teams to hone their field observation skills, make structural measurements, and develop their mapping skills in several field sites across the South Island. Visits to additional field sites such as glaciers, fjords, slivers of the mantle, and the Alpine fault are possible.
John Taylor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus
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
Introduction to Geology
Sheila Roberts, Bowling Green State University-Main Campus
The earth; physical and historical geology; including economic, social and environmental aspects. Not open to geology majors and minors. Credit allowed for no more than one: GEOL 1000, GEOL 1010, GEOL 1040. ...
David Fox, University of Minnesota
This Earth history class is intended for non-geoscience majors and follows a chronological structure, starting with the Big Bang and finishing in the anthropogenic period. Abridged from the syllabus: This course is ...