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GEOL 3408

A study of the processes governing the formation and distribution of recent sediments, which established the guiding principles used in the classification, correlation and interpretation of ancient, stratified sedimentary rocks. The stratigraphic record is largely the result of the continuity of sedimentary processes through the dimension of geologic time. Prerequisite: Geology 1304/1104


Fall 2020


Stratigraphy and Sedimentation   Section 001   Thomas Shiller
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 | Student Evaluation
Strat and Sedimentation Lab   Section L01   Thomas Shiller
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 | Student Evaluation
Stratigraphy and Sedimentation   Section MC1   Thomas Shiller
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 | Student Evaluation


Fall 2019


Stratigraphy and Sedimentation   Section 001   Thomas Shiller
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 | Student Evaluation
Strat & Sed Lab   Section L01   Thomas Shiller
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 | Student Evaluation
Strat & Sed Lab   Section LMC   Joseph Lindecke
Stratigraphy and Sedimentation   Section MC1   Thomas Shiller


Fall 2018


Stratigraphy and Sedimentation   Section 001   Thomas Shiller
Strat & Sed Lab   Section L01   Thomas Shiller
Strat & Sed Lab   Section LMC   Karen Waggoner
Stratigraphy and Sedimentation   Section MC1   Thomas Shiller