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CEAP Courses - Geology 311: Geomorphology (Fall 2003)

Prof. Deanna van Dijk

Geomorphology incorporates service-learning into their laboratory experiments on soil quality.

Catalog Description

311 Geomorphology (4). F. The investigation of landforms and the processes which cause them. This course studies the erosional and depositional features resulting from rivers, glaciers, and wind, as well as coastal, gravitational, and weathering processes. Landforms are described and classified from field observations, topographic maps, and aerial photographs. Explanations of the landforms are offered through quantitative modeling of the processes. Laboratory, field trips. Also listed as Geography 311. Prerequisites: Geography/ Geology 120 or Geology 151.