. Course Description
Introduction to physical geology and minerals – volcanism and intrusive igneous rocks – weathering, soil, sediments and sedimentary rocks – metamorphism and metamorphic rocks – water courses and groundwater – glaciers and glaciations – deserts and coasts – geological structures – earthquakes – plate tectonics – mountain belts and continental growth – earth resources.
a. Students develop their reading comprehension skills by reading the textbook, handout materials, and/or web materials.
a. Students must apply the geological principles to explain various observed natural phenomena that occur on the Earth's surface as well as in the interior of the Earth.
a. Students will develop their ability to solve problems and think critically by applying their acquired knowledge of geology to various problems that deal with geological issues as well as geological hazards.
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