Geosciences 232 - Sedimentary Geology

Sedimentary Geology

Bosiljka Glumac

TU TH 10:50 AM - 12:05 PM

Smith College
Sabin-Reed 101
A project-oriented study of the processes and products of sediment formation, transport, deposition and lithification. Modern sediments and depositional environments of the Massachusetts coast are examined and compared with ancient sedimentary rocks of the Connecticut River Valley and eastern New York. Field and laboratory analyses focus on the description and classification of sedimentary rocks, and on the interpretation of their origin. The results provide unique insights into the geologic history of eastern North America. Two weekend field trips. Prerequisites: GEO 101 and GEO 102; GEO 108; or GEO 102 with any other GEO 100-level course. GEO 102 can be taken concurrently.

[CE] GEO 108 or (any GEO 100-level course & GEO 102 (may be concurrent))

Multiple required components--lab and/or discussion section. To register, submit requests for all components simultaneously.

Must take Laboratory, Lecture

Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.