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GEOL0201

Bedrock Geology of Vermont

Bedrock Geology of Vermont
This course explores the fascinating geology of Vermont. Students learn the geology through six field problems, involving extended trips around western Vermont. Lectures on the meaning of rocks support the fieldwork. The last few indoor labs are devoted to understanding the geologic map of Vermont. Emphasis is on descriptive writing and on use of data to interpret origin of rocks. Culminates in a written report on the geologic and plate tectonic evolution of Vermont. (One geology course) 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs. lab/field trips
Subject:
Geology
Department:
Geology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
CW SCI
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

GEOL0201A-F14 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F14 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2012

GEOL0201A-F12 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F12 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2011

GEOL0201A-F11 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F11 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2010

GEOL0201A-F10 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F10 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2009

GEOL0201A-F09 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F09 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2007

GEOL0201A-F07 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F07 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2006

GEOL0201A-F06 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F06 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2005

GEOL0201A-F05 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F05 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2004

GEOL0201A-F04 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F04 Lab (Coish)

Fall 2003

GEOL0201A-F03 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0201Z-F03 Lab (Coish)