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GLĀ 261 Field Geology 4 Cr.

A study of the techniques used in the measurement of large and small scale geologic structures. Emphasis is placed on field recognition of features such as bedding, cleavage, folds, faults and their use in geologic mapping. 3 lecture hours, 4 laboratory hours. Prerequisite: GL 110 or GL 156 or permission of the instructor. (Fall, even years).


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Charles A. Dana Professor Richard K. Dunn (Chair); Associate Professor G. Christopher Koteas; Assistant Professor Laurie D. Grigg; Lecturer, John Gartner; Research Associate George E. Springston

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