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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2018-19


EARS 38 Introduction to Sedimentary Systems

This course considers the evidence, preservation, and temporal record of environmental change as preserved in sedimentary rocks. The aim is to learn how to interpret the sedimentary record through an emphasis on depositional models, both modern and ancient – these will be examined in detail with an eye toward interpretation of depositional processes and paleoenvironmental analysis. Short field exercises and group projects are a significant part of this course and are designed to improve your ability to make observations and cogently describe and interpret sedimentary structures and successions in the field.

Instructor

Strauss

Prerequisite

One course from EARS 1, EARS 2, EARS 3, EARS 4, EARS 5, EARS 6, EARS 8, EARS 9 or permission of the instructor.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:SCI

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Offered

19S