Field Studies B - Field Techniques
Geological mapping involves the observation, recording and interpretation of field data, and is a fundamental skill required by all practicing geologists. GEOL 241 introduces field techniques applied to metamorphic, igneous and sedimentary rocks, and rock deformation structures, through laboratory classes and field work completed during the August/September semester break.
GEOL111 and GEOL112, or, with a B+ average, or a standard acceptable to the Head of Department, GEOL113 may be substituted for GEOL111 or 112.
15 points from any of GEOL242-245 offered in the same semester