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GEOL0281

Structural Geology

Structural Geology
Plate tectonics and mountain building processes result in deformation of the Earth's crust. Structural geology is the study of this deformation, and this course will examine the many types of structures found in crustal rocks (folds, faults, etc.) and explore the forces responsible for their formation. Laboratory exercises will emphasize the hands-on description and analysis of structures in the field, as well as the practical aspects of map interpretation and computer analysis of structural data. (A geology course or by waiver) 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs. lab/field trips
Subject:
Geology
Department:
Geology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
CW SCI
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

GEOL0281A-F14 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F14 Lab (West)

Fall 2013

GEOL0281A-F13 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F13 Lab (West)

Fall 2011

GEOL0281A-F11 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F11 Lab (West)

Fall 2010

GEOL0281A-F10 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F10 Lab (West)

Fall 2009

GEOL0281A-F09 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F09 Lab (West)

Fall 2008

GEOL0281A-F08 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F08 Lab (West)

Fall 2007

GEOL0281A-F07 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F07 Lab (West)

Fall 2006

GEOL0281A-F06 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F06 Lab (West)

Fall 2005

GEOL0281A-F05 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F05 Lab (West)

Fall 2003

GEOL0281A-F03 Lecture (West)
GEOL0281Z-F03 Lab (West)