The Earth and Life through Time (GEOL 109.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
GEOL 109 02 January 2017 Michael Cuggy (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 04 January 2017 Brian Pratt (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 92 January 2017 Maria Mangano (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 X02 January 2017 Karla Panchuk (primary instructor)
 
GEOL 109 02 July 2016 Michael Cuggy (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 03 July 2016
GEOL 109 28 July 2016
GEOL 109 X01 July 2016 Karla Panchuk (primary instructor)
 
GEOL 109 27 May 2016
GEOL 109 X01 May 2016 Karla Panchuk (primary instructor)
 
GEOL 109 02 January 2016 Michael Cuggy (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 04 January 2016 Maria Mangano (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 92 January 2016 Maria Mangano (primary instructor)
GEOL 109 X02 January 2016 Karla Panchuk (primary instructor)

Description

A consideration of the evolution of our earth, from its origin to the present. Emphasis is placed on the evolution of life, and on the interpretation of the rock and fossil record. Special consideration is given to major events in the history of our planet and of animals and plants.

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 122 may not take this course for credit.

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