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Online Physical Geology for Educators 710 (graduate level)
Ann Holmes, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Graduate level Physical Geology for Educators Course description: Earth's internal structure, plate tectonics, the rock cycle, weathering and earth materials, natural resources, geochemical cycles and the ...
Geomorphology and Glacial Geology
Holly Dolliver, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
This course covers the principles and analyses of processes that affect changes of the Earth's surface and govern the development of landforms. Topics include lecture and laboratory experiences in weathering ...
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 ...
Rich Whittecar, Old Dominion University
In this course we explore many of the major geomorphic systems, especially those that have affected Virginia. Landform processes and surficial materials related to tectonics, weathering, soil formation, stream ...
Kenneth Howard, Wake Technical Community College
This course provides a study of the structure and composition of the Earth's crust. Emphasis is placed on weathering, erosional and depositional processes, mountain building forces, rocks and minerals, and ...
Sara Rutzky, Wake Technical Community College
This course provides a study of the structure and composition of the earth's crust. Emphasis is placed on processes that affect the crust including plate tectonics, weathering, deposition, volcanism, mountain ...
The Dynamic Earth (Physical Geology)
Kristin Riker-Coleman, University of Wisconsin-Superior
Students are introduced to the basic materials of the Earth and the processes that shape them/it. The course covers plate tectonics (including volcanic activities and earthquakes) as well as more the more surficial ...
General Geology 1
Wayne Powell, CUNY Brooklyn College
This course introduces potential geology majors earth science through an investigation of the environmental quality of the local environment, and supporting just-in-time lessons.
Lisa Ely, Central Washington University
Geomorphology is the study of the earth's surface: the processes that shape the surface of the earth, as well as the forms and features created by these processes. Through lectures, labs, field trips and ...
Ellen Cowan, Appalachian State University
This course includes a study of the nature of landforms. Qualitative and quantitative aspects of landform analysis in the field and laboratory using maps and aerial photographs are introduced.