Geology Classes

GL101 Physical Geology. 4 hours (3 lecture/2 lab hours). A study of minerals, rocks, composition of and changes of the Earth. Basic principles concerning plate tectonics, rock cycles, ground and ground-water pollution, glaciers, and geologic resources will be studied. Not a prerequisite for GL102. Fall.

GL101 Physical Geology. 4 hours (3 lecture/2 lab hours). A study of minerals, rocks, composition of and changes of the Earth. Basic principles concerning plate tectonics, rock cycles, ground and ground-water pollution, glaciers, and geologic resources will be studied. Not a prerequisite for GL102. Fall.

GL104 Biology of the Dinosaurs. 3 hours. A basic study of the dinosaurs, relationships to living animals and fossilized animals (taxonomy), feeding habits, food selection, habits, taphonomy (fossilization), external anatomy and physiology (especially metabolism, digestion and basic senses). Lecture only, with some hands-on studies. No prerequisite. Cross-listed with BI104. Normally offered in May Term.

 
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