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GEOL0342

Marine Geology

Marine Geology
The oceans cover over 70 percent of the Earth's surface, but only in the last few decades has extensive investigation of the geology of the Earth beneath the sea been possible. This course will present the results of these continuing investigations. Although the whole field of marine geology will be reviewed, the emphasis will be on marine sediments and sedimentary processes and paleoceangraphy. Laboratory: synthesis of geological and geophysical data concerning a selected region of the ocean, with special emphasis on the results of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. (GEOL 0161 or GEOL 0170) 3 hrs. lect., 3 hrs. lab
Subject:
Geology
Department:
Geology
Division:
Natural Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Fall 2014

GEOL0342A-F14 Lecture (Manley)
GEOL0342Z-F14 Lab (Manley)

Fall 2012

GEOL0342A-F12 Lecture (Manley)
GEOL0342Z-F12 Lab (Manley)

Fall 2009

GEOL0342A-F09 Lecture (Manley)
GEOL0342Z-F09 Lab (Manley)

Fall 2007

GEOL0342A-F07 Lecture (Manley)
GEOL0342Z-F07 Lab (Manley)

Fall 2006

GEOL0342A-F06 Lecture
GEOL0342Z-F06 Lab

Fall 2005

GEOL0342A-F05 Lecture (Manley)
GEOL0342Z-F05 Lab (Manley)

Fall 2003

GEOL0342A-F03 Lecture (Manley)
GEOL0342Z-F03 Lab (Manley)