Listed in: Geology, as GEOL-311
Formerly listed as: GEOL-34
Abigail R. Carroll (Section 01)
An overview of the dominant sedimentologic processes operating in both modern and ancient depositional environments. Students will learn how to examine and interpret features of sedimentary rocks and how to assess temporal or spatial patterns in sequences of sedimentary rocks. Students will then use these observations to expand their understanding of Earth history. Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory each week.
Requisite: GEOL 111. Recommended requisite: GEOL 121. Spring semester. Visiting Assistant Professor Carroll.