Geological Sciences 105Lg:

Planet Earth (4.0 units)

Geologic structure and evolution of planet earth. Principles ofplate tectonics, rocks and minerals, processes of mountainbuilding, continent and ocean formation, earthquakes, volcanism,development of landforms by running water and glaciers. Lecture, 3hours; laboratory, 2 hours. One all-day or two-day field triprequired.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Note: Register for lecture and one lab
24800D060Lecture9:30-10:50amTue, Thu123 of 135Heidi HoustonONLINEPDF (162333 KB)notesession datesbook list
24802R060Lab8:00-9:50amWednesday12 of 15Naomi RodgersONLINEsession dates
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24806R060Lab12:00-1:50pmTuesday14 of 15Abra AtwoodONLINEsession dates
24808R060Lab12:00-1:50pmThursday14 of 15William SchmidtONLINEsession dates
24809R060Lab12:00-1:50pmFriday14 of 15Naomi RodgersONLINEsession dates
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24814R060Lab2:00-3:50pmWednesday11 of 15William SchmidtONLINEsession dates
24816R060Lab2:00-3:50pmThursday13 of 15William SchmidtONLINEsession dates
24819R060Lab4:00-5:50pmTuesday14 of 15Abra AtwoodONLINEsession dates
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