GEO 295 - Introduction to Field Geology (3 credits, 2 weeks)
Location and Facilities: Owens Valley near Bishop in Eastern California
Accommodations: Owens Valley Lab, White Mountain Research Station, 3000 E. Line Street, Bishop, CA 93514
Dates of Camp: Monday, September 9 to Friday, September 20, 2013
Course Prerequisites: OSU GEO 201 (Physical Geology) and OSU GEO 202 (Earth Systems Science)
Transportation: OSU Motor Pool Van. No private vehicles.
Gear: Field geology gear, sleeping bag and boots required (complete supply list). Fee covers some supplies.
Cost: Program Fee = $800 plus fall tuition
For More Information: Contact Andrew Meigs, firstname.lastname@example.org, 541-737-1214
OSU 2014 Field Camp (Geo 495)
We are not accepting applications from non-OSU students.
GEO 495 - Advanced Field Geology (6 credits, 4 weeks)
Location, Facilities and Rules: Mitchell, Wheeler County, Central Oregon
Dates of Camp: Monday, June 16 to Saturday, July 12
- OSU GEO 201 Physical Geology
- OSU GEO 202 Earth Systems Science
- OSU GEO 295 Introduction to Field Geology
- OSU GEO 310 Mineralogy
- OSU GEO 315 Petrology
- OSU 340 Structural Geology
- OSU GEO 370 Stratigraphy and Sedimentation (recommended)
- OSU GEO 415 Igneous Petrography (recommended)
Transportation: OSU Motor Pool Vans
Lodging: Mitchell Field Station, Mitchell, Oregon
Food: Meals are provided
Gear: Field geology gear, sleeping bag and boots required. Fee covers some supplies.
Cost: Tuition and fees $1,500; course fee to be determined.
Application and $100 Deposit Deadline: February 28, 2014
For More Information: Contact Shan De Silva, email@example.com, 541-737-1212
Reading Material on Regional Geology: Field Camp Library