GEOLOGIC STRUCTURES AND FIELD METHODS
2018 Spring Term
A study of the causes behind the formation of the major structural features of earth as well as identification techniques and description of geologic structures in the field. Emphasis is placed on (1) Understanding and quantifying geologic deformation, (2) material response to different conditions of deformation (3) identification and description of geologic structures in microscopic, macroscopic and regional scale (4) geologic field and data analyses techniques such as stereographic projections and preparation and interpretation of geologic maps. Offered in Spring semesters. One field trip to the Baraboo area is required. A special fee will be assessed to those students electing to participate on an optional field trip to cover transportation costs.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: GEOLGY 100 AND MATH 152
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|01/22 - 05/11 (1)|