University of Guelph 1998-1999 Undergraduate Calendar

Course Description

46-309 Applied Structural Geology W(3-0) [0.50]

Systematic study of structural elements of the earth crust. Introduces data. Introduces data and concepts on the distribution, origin and structural development of the major landforms in North America and other continents (plate tectonics). The course provides examples of structural geology applied to engineering, environmental geology, and ore geology. Hands-on experience on deformation analysis, slope stability and interpretation of structures during the field trip and in classroom simulations.(Offered in odd-numbered years.)

Prerequisites: 46-100 or suitable geomorphology credit.
Course Profile

1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar
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