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Physical Geology for Non-Majors (actual title is "Our Geologic Environment")
Ben Laabs, SUNY College at Geneseo
This course is intended for non-science majors who have an interest in their physical environment. The course is designed to develop an understanding of the interaction of Earth processes, the environment, and the ...
NASC130 - Principles of Geology
Liane Stevens, Bentley University
Introduces the basic principles of geology. Topics covered include the origin of Earth; the classification and origin of the minerals and rocks composing Earth; discussion of geologic features and processes such as ...
Scott Pike, Willamette University
Scott Pike Lynchburg College a Private four-year institution, primarily undergraduate . Course URL: Subject: Geoscience:GeologyResource Type: Course Information:Goals/SyllabiGrade Level: ...
Introduction to Paleontology
Jack Farmer, Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus
The course presents an overview of the evolution of our biosphere based on the data of the fossil and molecular records. There is an emphasis on the geological and biological factors that appear to have regulated ...
(Introduction to) Physical Geology
John Leland, Glendale Community College
Physical Geology is a course in which students will learn about earthquakes, volcanoes, Earth's history, the processes that shape Earth's surface, and about Earth's resources. Students will witness ...
Evolution of the Earth
Kathryn Hoppe, Green River Community College
Goals of class: To discuss the past history of Earth and its inhabitants. It examines how the geologic record can be used to reconstruct how we got where we are today, and how it can help us predict the future.
Katrin Monecke, University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown
The main purpose of this class is to understand how the Earth's surface, climate and life have changed over geological time periods and that we are living on an ever changing planet.
Steve Hurst, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Introductory general science and general education survey course on oceanography. Includes treatment of geologic, chemical, physical and biological oceanography in 3 lectures per week.
Global Climate Change
This interdisciplinary courses focuses on how and why Earth's climate has changed thoughout its history and how it is likely to change in the near future. It draws from geology, chemistry, meteorology, ...
GEOL 307--Paleobiology I
Ronald Martin, University of Delaware
From the course catalogue: Recognition, biology and paleobiology of major groups of invertebrates. Use of the fossil record in solving environmental and paleoenvironmental problems. Principles of stratigraphy and ...