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Unformatted text preview: GY 402/112 Moscow Landing Field Trip March 23, 24, 25 The trip will examine Tertiary-aged sedimentary rocks near Moscow Landing as part of a 2 day sedimentology field school. The site is also a good fossil location for GY 111 and 112 students. We will depart from the LSCB parking lot at 4:00 pm Friday and return no latter than 5:00 pm Sunday. Accommodation will be in tents at the Foscue Campground on the Black Warrior River near Demopolis. Doug will provide evening meals (Fri and Sat), breakfast (Sat and Sun), and lunches (Sat, Sun). Water will also be provided, but with the exception of coffee, I DO NOT provide drinks of any kind. In addition to your camping stuff (tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, towel, eating utensils (cup, cutlery, plates, water bottle), rain coat, bug spray/sun screen etc.), bring a hat. GY 402 students MUST also bring your hard covered note book, a clip board (if possible), a hand lens, a geo-pick, a ruler, colored pencils, and related drawing supplies. You will be provided with Brunton compasses, tape measures, sample bags, and related drawing supplies....
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course GLY 402 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at S. Alabama.
- Fall '11