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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18


EARS 52 Structural Geology

This course examines various aspects of regional-scale geologic processes and structures, or tectonics. Topics of study include the history of relevant geologic thought, rock deformation, the origin and evolution of mountain belts, the growth of continents and ocean basins, the causes of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and tectonic geomorphology. Students learn that tectonic analysis requires the synthesis of a wide range of information in an attempt to reconstruct the history and driving dynamics of the large-scale, geologic architecture of a particular region. Format: faculty- and student-led presentations, and discussion of selected articles from the peer-reviewed literature.

Instructor

Sonder

Prerequisite

EARS 40 or equivalent or permission of the instructor.

Distributive and/or World Culture

SLA

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Offered

19S: 9L; Laboratory: Arrange. Offered alternate spring terms