Minor in Geography - Geomorphology GEOG 3440   Geomorphology
CREDIT HOURS: 3
Geomorphology is the quantitative study of Earth’s surface processes and landforms applies to geology, civil engineering, hydrogeology, and environmental management. We investigate slope stability, weathering and soils, sediment production, wind-driven and coastal environments, tectonic landforms, and river, glacial and permafrost processes.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Lab

FORMAT COMMENTS: including mandatory field trips
LAB HOURS PER WEEK: 3
PREREQUISITES: ERTH 1080, ERTH 1090; or SCIE 1505, or SCIE 1515, or SCIE 1530, or permission of the instructor AND completion or concurrent enrollment of a 1000-level mathematics class, a 1000-level physics class, and a 1000-level chemistry class.
CROSS-LISTING: ERTH 3440.03