360 GROUNDWATER GEOLOGY 3 F GEO 203 and MAT 146 req Field trips req Groundwater

360 groundwater geology 3 f geo 203 and mat 146 req

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360 GROUNDWATER GEOLOGY 3 F GEO 203 and MAT 146 req. Field trips req. Groundwater occurrence and movement, aquifer evalua- tion, field and lab measurements, contamination and other applications. 361 HYDROLOGY 3 F,S MAT 145 or cons inst req. Three Saturday field trips req. Introduction to hydrology, including all components of the hydrologic cycle, field and lab measurements, data acquisi- tion, and quantitative problem solving. 362 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY 3 S GEO 203; MAT 146; and PHY 108 or cons inst req. Field trips req. Engineering applications of geology, construction problems of geologic origin and their engineering solutions. 364 EXPLORATION GEOPHYSICS 3 S GEO 203; MAT 146; and PHY 108 req; or cons inst req. Principles of exploration geophysics and the techniques that are used to study subsurface environments. Subjects reviewed include: stress and strain, information theory, seismic, gravity, magnetics, electrical resistivity, electro- magnetic conductivity, ground penetrating RADAR, and borehole logging. 380 GEOMORPHOLOGY 3 S GEO 100, 102, or 105 req. Field trips req. Origin, classification, description, and interpretation of landforms. 382 GLACIAL AND QUATERNARY GEOLOGY 3 F GEO 100, 102, or 105 req. Field trips req. Development of glaciers, glacial movements, deposits, and landforms as background for discussion of present landscapes. 385 INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY 4 S GEO 203 req. BSC 196 rec. Lecture and lab. Field trip req. Examination and analysis of major fossil invertebrate phyla; emphasis on groups with paleoecologic and strati- graphic significance. 395 FIELD GEOLOGY 6 Summer GEO 280, 285, 290, 295, and 296 req. Application of geologic principles to field mapping and interpretation in the Black Hills and Central Rocky Mountains. HISTORY (HIS) 442 301 Schroeder Hall, (309) 438-5641 Web address: Chairperson: Roger Biles. Tenured/Tenure-track Faculty : Professors: A. Beier, Jones, Lessoff, Perez. Associate Professors : Adedze, L. Beier, Clemens, Crubaugh, Drake. Assistant Professors : Ciani, Clemmons, Hughes, Kennedy, Olsen, Paehler, Philpott, Reed, Soderlund, Wood. General Department Information MAJOR IN SOCIAL SCIENCES EDUCATION The Department of History advises Social Sciences Education majors and provides Teacher Education special- ists for this program. For specific information, please consult the departmental advisor as well as the section entitled “Major in Social Sciences Education” under College of Arts and Sciences Programs in this Undergraduate Catalog . Geography-Geology; History
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202 C A S History INTERDISCIPLINARY MINORS The Department of History participates in a number of interdisciplinary minors at the University. Course work offered by the Department contributes to the following minors: African-American Studies, Environmental Stud- ies and Urban Studies. For further information on these minors and their advisors, please consult the University- Wide Curriculum section of this Undergraduate Catalog .
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  • Fall '15
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