GEOLOGY 205
n 123b MINERALOGY. (3) Nelson
- The determination of minerals by physical properties, blowpipe
;_ analysis, and the petrographic microscope. Includes a study of
the origin, occurrence, and associations of these minerals. Lec-
ture, one hour; laboratory, four hours. Prerequisite: Geology 123a.
124a, b REGIONAL GEOLOGY. (4 ea.)
A study of the geological regions of the United States.
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E 125 METHODS OF SUBSURFACE CORRELATION. (3) `
’f Methods and practice in subsurface stratigraphic work in ,
S- petroleum geology. Prerequisites: Geology 123:1 and 123b.
n 126:1-b SEMINAR. (1 ea.) I, II, III Staff
_ Required of all senior majors.
fl 208 STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY. (3) Nelson
;' A study of the structural features of the earth’s crust with an
’ analysis of the mechanics involved in the production of such
structures. Lecture and recitation, three hours; or lecture, two
U hours; laboratory, two hours. Prerequisites: Physics la and 1b;
E Geology 30a, 30b, 124a, 124b.
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T 210a STRATIGRAPHIC PALEONTOLOGY. (3) McFarlan
The succession of Paleozoic faunas and the use of fossils for
stratigraphic correlation. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, four
n hours. Prerequisite: Geology 30a, 30b, 101a, I0lb.
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- 210b STRATIGRAPHIC PALEONTOLOGY. (3) McFarlan
A continuation of 210a dealing with Mesozoic and Cenozoic
faunas. Lecture, one hour; laboratory four hours. Prerequisite:
Geology 210a.
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e 212a OPTICAL MINERALOGY. (3) Nelson
d A study of the optical properties of minerals in thin sections by
t ' means of the petrographic microscope. Lecture, one hour;
’· laboratory, 4 hours. Prerequisites: Geology 123a. and 123b;
9 Physics la, lb.
n 212b SEDIMENTARY PETROLOGY. (3)
ll A study of sedimentary rocks based on microscopical analysis.
V Lecture, one hour; laboratory, 4 hours. Prerequisite: Geology
' 212a.
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212c PETROLOGY OF THE IGNEOUS ROCKS. (3) Brown
1 The occurrence, origin, and classification of igneous rocks.
j Identification with the petrographic microscope. An introduction
to the metamorphic rocks. Lecture, one hour; laboratory, 4
hours. Prerequisite: Geology 212a.
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E 217a-d SEMINAR. (1 ea.)
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