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8/27/2011 1 GEOL 1014 Geology and Human Affairs Lecture 2 8/24/2011 The Text Book and the Lab Manual Four Central Themes are emphasized through out the semester How people and Earth interact, How Earth systems interact with each other, How science helps people to understand and deal with issues related to Earth, and How people can take steps to achieve a sustainable future.
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8/27/2011 2 What is Geology? Geology: from the Creek geo, “ Earth” and logo, discourse It is the science that pursues an understanding of the Planet Earth Geology: the study of the earth, the materials that comprise it and the forces that shape it What is Geology? How mountains are built (tectonics). . Pike’s Peak, Colorado
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3 What is Geology? and destroyed (weathering) Spheroidal weathering - Image from: http://www.calstatela.edu/faculty/acolvil/weathering.html Hadrosaur and Ornitholestes footprints. Dinosaur Ridge, Colorado WHAT IS GEOLOGY? Its past.
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course GEOL 1014 taught by Professor Aufill during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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Lecture_2 - GEOL 1014 Geology and Human Affairs Lecture 2...

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