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Paleontology and Stratigraphy
Allison Tumarkin-Deratzian, Temple University
This course introduces the major groups of modern and fossil invertebrates and the fundamental concepts of stratigraphy. Students will develop and employ a variety of field and laboratory skills while investigating ...

Invertrbrate Paleontology
Steve Leslie, James Madison University

Introduction to Physical Geology
Mary Gorte, Delta College
This course is designed for science and non-science majors. It is the study of the overall structure of the earth and the rocks which form the crust. It is an introduction to the process of weathering and erosion ...

GEOL 1003: Environmental Geology
Carolyn Dowling, Arkansas State University-Main Campus
Environmental Geology is a survey of fundamental geologic processes and associated hazards (earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods, etc.) and the interactions of humans with the environment.

Physical Geology
Stacey Cochiara, New Jersey City University
Introductory study of the materials, structure, and surface features of the earth; the processes responsible for their development; the physical and chemical processes that operate to modify them; the concept of ...

Physical Geology (The Earth)
Chris Condit, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
This is a Physical Geology course aimed at science majors. The intent is to give you an understanding of the processes that produce the planet on which we live. The weekly three-hour lab lab includes five field ...

Physical Geology
Peter Copeland, University of Houston-University Park
This is a survey of a broad spectrum of geology. We have majors in the class so there are certain things I think we need to cover but mostly I like to give a flavor of the big topics in geology and how a scientist ...

Geology for Engineers
Freddi-Jo Bruschke, California State University-Fullerton
This is a lecture-based course designed to provide an broad introduction to geologic concepts and processes for engineers with no previous exposure to geology. Students complete a series of analytic assignments related to the topics covered in lecture and research a California geologic hazard topic to present to the rest of the class.

Field and Laboratory Studies of Coastal Processes
Dr. William Slattery Wright State University Intended Audience: In-service and Pre-service K12 teachers Location: Coastal New Jersey Summary: This course consists of a one day orientation to the seashore ...

GEOL 111 Physical Geology
Rob Benson, Adams State College
An introduction to the materials of the earth and the internal and surficial processes that have acted upon the earth through time. Laboratory work includes identification and classification of minerals and rocks ...


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