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GEOL0211

Mineralogy

Mineralogy
This course covers the nature, identification, composition, and meaning of minerals and mineral assemblages. Introduction to crystallography, hand-specimen identification, optical mineralogy, x-ray analysis, and electron microbeam analysis. Laboratory: study of minerals in hand-specimen and under the polarizing microscope; use of x-ray diffraction and electron microscopy in mineral analysis. (One geology course) 3 hrs. lect./3 hrs. lab
Subject:
Geology
Department:
Geology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
SCI
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Spring 2015

GEOL0211A-S15 Lecture
GEOL0211Z-S15 Lab

Spring 2014

GEOL0211A-S14 Lecture (West)
GEOL0211Z-S14 Lab (West)

Spring 2013

GEOL0211A-S13 Lecture (West)
GEOL0211Z-S13 Lab (West)

Spring 2012

GEOL0211A-S12 Lecture (West)
GEOL0211Z-S12 Lab (West)

Spring 2011

GEOL0211A-S11 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0211Z-S11 Lab (Coish)

Spring 2010

GEOL0211A-S10 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0211Z-S10 Lab (Coish)

Spring 2009

GEOL0211A-S09 Lecture (Koteas)
GEOL0211Z-S09 Lab (Koteas)

Spring 2008

GEOL0211A-S08 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0211Z-S08 Lab (Coish)

Spring 2007

GEOL0211A-S07 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0211Z-S07 Lab (Coish)

Spring 2006

GEOL0211A-S06 Lecture (West)
GEOL0211Z-S06 Lab (West)

Spring 2005

GEOL0211A-S05 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0211Z-S05 Lab (Coish)

Spring 2004

GEOL0211A-S04 Lecture (Coish)
GEOL0211Z-S04 Lab (Coish)