A practical approach to the Earth in the laboratory and field. Understanding rocks and minerals, reading topographic and geologic maps, investigating the geologic history of the Connecticut Valley, measuring stream flow and water quality. Prerequisite: GEO-SCI 100 or 101 or 103 or 105 or 285; may be taken concurrently.
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