Earth and How it Works (GEOL 108.3)

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GEOL 108 01 September 2018 William Patterson
GEOL 108 W01 September 2018 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 01 May 2018 Melvyn Stauffer
GEOL 108 03 May 2018 Tim Prokopiuk
GEOL 108 87 May 2018 Vlademir Murawsky
GEOL 108 W01 May 2018 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 02 January 2018 Joyce McBeth
GEOL 108 96 January 2018
 
GEOL 108 01 September 2017 Chris Holmden
GEOL 108 03 September 2017 Karla Panchuk
GEOL 108 W01 September 2017 Karla Panchuk
GEOL 108 W11 September 2017 Karla Panchuk
GEOL 108 W15 September 2017 Karla Panchuk
GEOL 108 W61 September 2017 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 X01 July 2017 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 01 May 2017 Tim Prokopiuk
GEOL 108 03 May 2017 Melvyn Stauffer
GEOL 108 E53 May 2017 Vlademir Murawsky
GEOL 108 E57 May 2017 Vlademir Murawsky
GEOL 108 E61 May 2017 Vlademir Murawsky
GEOL 108 X01 May 2017 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 02 January 2017 Joyce McBeth
GEOL 108 96 January 2017 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 01 September 2016 William Patterson
GEOL 108 03 September 2016 Chris Holmden
GEOL 108 X01 September 2016 Karla Panchuk
 
GEOL 108 E50 July 2016
GEOL 108 X01 July 2016
 
GEOL 108 01 May 2016
GEOL 108 03 May 2016
GEOL 108 27 May 2016
GEOL 108 E57 May 2016
GEOL 108 X01 May 2016
 
GEOL 108 02 January 2016
GEOL 108 96 January 2016

Description

Exploration of the global and local-scale physical processes that have shaped our planet. Strong emphasis is on interrelationships of geological processes and humans. Topics for discussion include volcanoes, earthquakes, pollution, and the origin and exploitation of energy, mineral and water resources.

Note

May be used toward the Natural Science requirement for Programs Type A, B, and D (B.A. programs). Students with credit for GEOL 103, 105, 110, or 121 may not take this course for credit.

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