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GEOS 350

Structural Geology and Tectonics

Includes laboratory. Recognition, description and origin of structural features that form the architectural framework of the upper crust. Geometric (shape), kinematic (motion) and dynamic (mechanical) development of structural features is emphasized. Fieldwork and applied laboratory work with computers facilitate analyses of structures over a wide range in scale. Prerequisite: GEOS 110.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
GEOS 110 1 course

Fall Semester information

Scott Wilkerson

350A: Structural Geology/Tect.