Certificate in Science Leadership and Communication - Field School ERTH 3001   Field School
This field-intensive course provides two weeks of geological mapping in northern Nova Scotia and entails: (1) identifying, measuring and localizing rocks and geological structures; (2) drawing geological maps from field observations and (3) writing a report describing and interpreting the data.
NOTES: The class is held for two weeks at the end of summer just prior to the start of the fall term and is required for the BSc Major and Honours programs. It can be a physically demanding course involving day-long traverses - prior consultation with instructors is required
FORMAT COMMENTS: Off Campus, approx 15 days
PREREQUISITES: ERTH 2002.03, ERTH 2110.03, ERTH 2203.03 and permission of the instructor.