Course description

Lecture and field-based course introducing geology and hydrology in the context of natural hazards and natural resources. Includes plate tectonics, mineral and rock ID, rock structure, geologic time, landslides, earthquakes, flooding, soil, rivers, and water resources. Students gain topographic survey experience. Field-intensive course. [Prereq: (MATH 130 or MATH 150) and [CHEM 110 or (CHEM 109 or FYS 121 and ENVS 201 or FYS 124)]

Units: 4

Spring 2018 sections

GEOL 260: Geology/Hydrology

Class full Additional fees
Section: 1
Number: 22013
Units: 4
Seats: 46/46
  • Monday 8 – 9:50 am
    Library - 1176

GEOL 260: Geology/Hydrology

Class full Additional fees
Section: 51
Number: 22014
Units: 0
Seats: 23/23
Instructor:

GEOL 260: Geology/Hydrology

Class full Additional fees
Section: 52
Number: 22443
Units: 0
Seats: 23/23
Instructor: