Geology of California explores how the state's diverse landscapes have been shaped by geologic processes operating along an ancient passive plate margin and an active modern one. The course also examines the roles that these processes have played in producing California's mineral resources and creating the geologic hazards that confront so many of the state's citizens today.
- Scheduled: Spring 2015 (tentative)
- Section number (CRN): xxxx
Geology of California (GEOL 1130) is currently offered online using resources posted on this website (syllabus and student scores) and a companion Etudes site (announcements, lessons, assignments, resources, discussion board and private messaging). Information about accessing materials on Etudes is available on the COS Etudes page.