Geology 431 - Structural Geology
TH 1:30PM 4:30PM
Morrill Sci. Ctr. (II) rm 129
Description and analysis of deformation and deformation processes at scales ranging from minerals to mountain belts. Topics include: faults, folds, construction of cross-sections, interpretation of structural fabrics, stress, strain, plate tectonics, New England geology, and the geologic history of North America. Emphasis on three-dimensional visualization of geologic features and practical solutions to structural problems relevant to industry and research. With lab; several short field trips (during lab) and one weekend field trip.
GEOLOGY 311 and 351 (or 201) Additional fees are associated with this section.
Multiple required components--lab and/or discussion section. To register, submit requests for all components simultaneously.
Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.