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University of Waterloo

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EARTH 235

Stratigraphy

An introduction to stratigraphic principles and methods used in deciphering geological history. The development of stratigraphic sequences as controlled by global and regional tectonics and sea level fluctuations. Interrelating aspects of Earth's physical, chemical and biological history. Examples are drawn primarily from Canadian geology. Laboratory work will include construction and interpretation of various types of maps and cross sections

Taught by Katherine Bergmann. Previous year's online modules are available which makes life easier. Textbook is useless (Canada Rocks). I found the class to be interesting although the labs are a killer. Material is interesting and I suggest taking it if you want to study more about Canada's Geography.

Added by acer18 on 2013-10-29 22:58:11

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acer18 - 2013-10-29 22:58:54
I took it with Katherine Bergman. Biweekly quizzes. It's not hard if you pay attention and watch online modules for review.

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