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GEOL.5100 Geology of New England (Formerly 89.510)

Id: 007923 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


New England has an ancient and diverse geologic history. This course covers the tectonic and sedimentary processes that formed the bedrock of New England and New York, the Pleistocene history of ice sheet erosion and deposition, and the most recent period of human interactions with the landscape.


ENVI.2010 Earth Systems: Geosphere, or GEOL.3190 Earth Surface Processes, or GEOL.3310 Earth History.

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