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Good Earth scientists are people who are able to make basic observations, represent their work in clear and readable formats, ask questions about their own ideas, and who constantly think about both how to interpret their maps and know where the map doesn't make sense. These are learned abilities and require a coordinated set of skills, which we hope to introduce you to in this course.
The course consists of three geologic mapping exercises in order of increasing complexity. The goals of this course are to learn how to...
Grades are assigned on the basis of three field exercises. All the work for the class will be completed and turned in on the last day in Bishop.