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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.

Introduction to Oceanography
Heather Kokorowski, Mt. San Antonio College
This course covers geological, chemical, physical, and biological aspects of the Earth's ocean. Plate tectonics, physiography of ocean basins and continental margins, ocean sediment, atmosphere and ocean ...

Geomorphology
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 ...

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

Introduction to Geology
Sean Cornell, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
The course covers basic concepts in geology and engages students in hands-on, learning activities integrated with lecture and field experiences. Small group lab activities (mineral identification, rock ...

Geomorphology
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.

World Natural Environments
Camille Holmgren, SUNY College at Buffalo
This is an introductory physical geography course that explores the dynamics of the earth's physical environment including the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere and the linkages between these ...

Geomorphology
Jordan Clayton, Georgia State University
The focus for this class is on process geomorphology. The process-oriented approach is nicely defined by Ritter et al. (2002) as pertaining to the following concepts: the equilibrium between form and process, the ...

Physical Geology
Simon Kattenhorn, University of Idaho
Formation of the Earth and its evolution through geologic time. Physical processes within and on the Earth.

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 ...