Geology of the National Parks explores how geologic processes operating at plate boundaries and hotspots have shaped national park lands and forged the North American continent. Geologic dating and tectonic reconstructions are also used to learn about the changing roles that tectonic and surface processes have played throughout North America's geologic history.
- Scheduled: Spring 2014
- Section number (CRN): 3482
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