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Spring 2006 Syllabus/schedule: M-W class
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This is a three-unit course in California geology.
This course provides an introduction to the study of the geologic development of California in space and time with emphasis on tectonic setting as indicated by sedimentary, metamorphic, and igneous rocks and associated faults, folds, and land forms. A background in Earth Science, although not required, will help the student considerably.
We will meet at 9 AM Lawson's Landing Campground Saturday Morning, May 13 (see map). The campground's Website is http://www.lawsonslanding.com/ Our first stop will be at the Nicassio Reservoir to observe the ocean floor (pillow basalt lava). Our last stop will be either at Fort Point under the Golden Gate Bridge or Twin Peaks in San Francisco. The trip will end between 4 PM and 5 PM.
My cell phone number is 408-529-2778
If you intend to camp with us on Friday Night, find us at the Lawson's Landing Campground. I will have my Minnie Winnie RV. We will have a telescope for night sky observations. Not all of the campsites have fire pits. If you have a portable fire pit, bring it with you.
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