[GEOL 215] Field Geology
Techniques of collecting, recording, and presenting geologic data. The use of the Brunton compass, magnetometer, GPS, surveying techniques, and surface and groundwater hydrogeology field methods. The interpretation of data as plotted on maps, sections, and aerial photographs. Field observations and measurements are synthesized with maps and cross-sections in written reports. Lecture, laboratory, field study. Five-week course offered alternate summer terms.Edit my profile
Prerequisite: 2 units in geology including Geology 100 or 110.