Geology (G)

G 162CV Cascade Volcanoes (3 Credits)

Consists of field studies of selected areas with emphasis on relationship between rock type, geologic setting and topography. Includes lectures, laboratory and weekend field trips. Topic areas include Cascade Volcanoes.

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G 199 Selected Topics: Geology (1-6 Credits)

This course is in development.

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G 201 Geology I (4 Credits)

Examines the nature of Earth's interior processes from a geologic perspective. Need not be taken in sequence. Field trips will occasionally substitute for labs, with multiple options to ensure accessibility for every student.

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G 202 Geology II (4 Credits)

Examines the nature of Earth's surface processes from a geologic perspective. Need not be taken in sequence. Field trips will occasionally substitute for labs, with multiple options to ensure accessibility for every student.

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G 203 Geology III (4 Credits)

Examines earth history from a geologic perspective. Need not be taken in sequence. Field trips will occasionally substitute for labs, with multiple options to ensure accessibility for every student.

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G 207 Geology of the Pacific Northwest (4 Credits)

This is a one-term introductory lab science course in geology. It provides an introduction to the regional geology of the Pacific Northwest with emphasis on Oregon, Washington and parts of neighboring states and provinces. Includes basic geologic principles, earth materials and geologic history of the Pacific Northwest. Required weekend field trip.

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G 299 Selected Topics: Geology (1-6 Credits)

Selected Topics in Geology.

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