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Geology Field Camps - A Comprehensive Listing



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A geologic map is the basic tool of a field geologist. It is a map that shows the types of rocks present at the surface throughout the mapped area and the approximate location of rock unit contacts. Geologic structures such as fault traces and fold axes are shown with special symbols.

       


What is Field Camp?

成人自拍视频Field camp is a tradition in the education of a geologist. It is an intensive outdoor course that applies classroom and laboratory training to solving geological problems in the field. Skills developed during field camp typically include: collection of geologic data, constructing measured sections, interpreting geologic structures and how to take notes in the field.

成人自拍视频Most geology field courses teach students to read geologic maps and use them in the field to solve geologic problems. Some courses also provide instruction in the field and office work needed to prepare a geologic map - often using technology.

Well in advance of field camp you should learn about the weather, vegetation, and terrain of the field location. You should also learn about the types of physical activity that you will be engaged in. This will allow you obtain proper clothing for the weather and vegetation of the field location; obtain and break in a suitable pair of shoes; and, increase your level of physical fitness if needed.

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Geology Field Course Readings

Students成人自拍视频 preparing for field camp should read the following essays...

Scholarships that can be applied towards field camp expenses have been offered by the and the . In addition, many of the schools listed below have financial assistance that applies to their own students.

Faculty might be interested in nominating their best field camp students to the or reading a Journal of Geoscience Education article by Carl Drummond titled ""



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Geology Field Camp Directory


The purpose of this page is to help students find a geology field course. Students who use this list should know the field course requirements of their academic program. Before enrolling in any course the student should consult with an academic advisor to determine if the course is suitable and will transfer the academic credits needed for their program of study.

Faculty members who want to use a listing on this page as a free announcement of their course have the following responsibilities: 1) send the information about your course from your university email address; 2) notify us if the information about your course changes; and, 3) notify us if the URL of your course is changed. We do not monitor the accuracy of your information or the URL of your page once you have submitted it to us.

School

Field Location

Wyoming
South Dakota / Wyoming / Montana
Italy
New Mexico / Colorado
California
Oregon / Idaho
Kentucky / Tennessee
Colorado
Colorado / Utah
Argentina
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New Mexico / Colorado
Montana
New Mexico / Colorado
Colorado / Utah
Italy (Central Apennines)
Italy (The Dolomites)
Montana / Wyoming
Idaho
South Dakota / Wyoming
Montana
Wyoming
Ireland
South Dakota / Wyoming
Northern Rockies, Bighorn Basin, Tetons, Yellowstone, Montana, Idaho
Two different courses (freshman and senior): Colorado
New Zealand --- Late December to Early February
Wyoming / Idaho / Montana
South Africa
Colorado / New Mexico
Montana
New Mexico / Colorado
New Mexico
Wyoming / South Dakota
Colorado
Two courses: California and Oregon
Utah / Idaho / Montana
Montana
Arizona / Death Valley / Hawaii / New Zealand -- December/January
Multiple courses: Arizona / Bahamas / Western California / Ecuador / France / Hawaii / Iceland / Montana / Morocco / Nepal / New Zealand / South Dakota / Spain / Turkey / Utah / Wyoming
Montana / Wyoming
Utah
Texas / New Mexico / Arizona / Utah
Texas / New Mexico
Colorado / Utah / Wyoming
New York
Utah
South Dakota / Wyoming
Alaska (offered in odd-numbered years)
Wyoming / Utah / Nevada
Colorado / Wyoming / Montana
Colorado
New Mexico
Montana
Colorado
Texas / Oklahoma / South Dakota / Wyoming
South Dakota / Montana / Wyoming
Wyoming
Three different courses: Montana, Nevada and Montana, Minnesota
Minnesota
Wyoming
Utah / Nevada / Idaho / Texas / California
Nevada / California / Utah
Multiple courses: Arizona / Bahamas / California / Ecuador / Hawaii / Iceland / Montana / Nepal / South Dakota / Spain / Turkey / Wyoming
Colorado
Oregon / Montana
Western Puerto Rico
Multiple Sessions: Florida / Georgia / South Carolina / Idaho
Scotland
New Mexico / Texas
Multiple courses: Texas / New Mexico / Utah / Wyoming
Two courses: New Mexico / Colorado
Montana (for UW students only)
Two courses: Texas and New Mexico / Montana
Multiple courses: Arizona / Bahamas / California / Ecuador / Hawaii / Iceland / Montana / Nepal / South Dakota / Spain / Turkey / Wyoming
Utah and Nevada
California, Nevada, Wyoming, and Colorado
Utah and Nevada
South Dakota / Wyoming / Montana
Montana / South Dakota / Wyoming
Michigan
Wyoming and Montana
Newfoundland, Canada
Multiple Field Courses

Other Geoscience Field Experiences


The listings below are field experiences with significant geoscience elements. They are either: A) university courses that are not focused on bedrock mapping, or, B) field experiences offered by organizations that do not grant academic credits but have some record of being approved for academic credit under a syllabus at an academic institution. Consult with your academic advisor to see if these courses will satisfy the program requirements and academic credit transfer rules at your institution before you enroll.
Western Ireland Field Experience
Estonia: Impacts and their Role in the Evolution of Life
New Zealand
Juneau Icefield, Alaska and British Columbia
Nepal: Geoscience in the Himalaya
Accessible Earth Study Abroad Course in Orvieto, Italy
UGA Interdisciplinary Field Program: Summer Semester in the American West




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