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Introduction to Geology
Chad Heinzel, Minot State University
Introduction to the physical environment, emphasizing materials of the Earth and processes that lead to changes within and on the Earth. Lab emphasis includes rocks and minerals, geologic processes, and landscape ...

Geology - Dual Credit
Aida Awad, Maine East High School / Oakton CC
Physical Geology laboratory-based course plus a Historical Geology component.

Structural Geoloy
Elizabeth Goeke, Salem State University; Elizabeth Goeke, Vassar College
Structural Geology course that focused on how theoretical knowledge of the brittle and ductile behavior of a wide-range of geological materials can be applied to real-world problems.

Natural Hazards and Risk Communication
Kathleen Phillips, Stanford University
This course will provide an introduction to the science behind natural hazards, the risks associated with these hazards, and effective methods of communicating those risks to a variety of audiences. Recent research ...

Geology for Engineers
Mary Beth Gray, Bucknell University
This is an introductory course designed for first year civil engineering students. Lectures, classroom exercises, discussions, indoor labs, homework, readings, and a long-term library research project are all components of this course. Field labs include limestone and coal surface mines, karstified terrain, and surficial and bedrock mapping.

GEO 201 Physical Geology
Matthew Nyman, Oregon State University
This is a mixed lab and lecture course designed to teach physical geology basics using direct instruction, guided inquiry activities and problems based learning experiences. This course is aimed at pre-service ...

Environmental Geology
Laura Ruhl, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Throughout this environmental geology course, we will use geology to help understand conflicts in land use and potential hazards, to understand the root of and how to minimize environmental degradation, and to ...

Oceanography
Cynthia Venn, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Oceanography is a course in the Geosciences where students learn about the environment in which marine organisms live, NOT all about marine organisms. We cover the physical characteristics of the oceans,including ...

Battle of Lava and Life: Crater Lake National Park and Newberry Volcanic National Monument
Drs. Jenny Thomson and John Buchanan, Department of Geology, 130 Science Building, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA 99004 (509) 359-2286; Drs. Suzanne Schwab and Robin O'Quinn, Department of Biology, ...

Introduction to Geology
Kelly Dilliard, Wayne State College
Physical Geology Online is a traditional introductory course covering minerals and rocks, interior processes, geologic time, and earth surface processes. Online lecture notes and weekly labs give the course a ...


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