|46-310 Fuels, Minerals and the Environment F(3-0)|
Processes leading to formation and accumulation of principal mineral and fuel resources, such as gold, phosphate, copper, iron, oil, peat, coal, building materials; methods of exploration and extraction; environmental impact assessment and rehabilitation of mining sites; economy of various geologic resources. Field trips may be scheduled. (Offered in odd-numbered years.)
|Prerequisites: 46-100, one 200-level geology or geomorphology course credit.|
|1996-97 Undergraduate Calendar|
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