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Geology of National Parks

Earth And Planetary Sciences 118A - Spring 2019

Survey of geologic processes occurring at the Earth's surface and its interior using national parks and monuments as the prime venue for presentation. Volcanism and mountain-building; the work of streams, glaciers, and wind; lake and coastline development; stratigraphy and sedimentation; and Earth history. Material presented in a geographic context, with emphasis on landforms and landscape evolution, relating geology to the development and settlement of the U.S.
Course Attributes: FA NSMBU SCIAR NSMAS NSM

Section 01

Geology of National Parks
INSTRUCTOR: Dymek
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