Nov 21, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17) 
    
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GEOL 312 Environmental Field Methods (3)

Professional geologists are required to interpret geologic and hydrogeologic data in the context of regulatory policy when attempting to solve environmental problems. This course will provide an introduction and synthesis of field methods and policies typically encountered by environmental geologists in the field, including study of wetlands, ground water flow and quality and assessment of contaminated soil and water. Instruction will include the use of case studies to provide a realistic context for the field studies. Lectures two hours per week; laboratory three hours per week.
Prerequisite(s): GEOL 105 , and GEOL 272 .
Course Frequency: Occasional



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