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EOS Undergraduate Courses

Upon navigating to some of these links, you may find that the names of some courses listed on their individual pages are different from those listed here. Do not fear. Some of the names of the classes were altered to accommodate uniform headers on the individual pages. Go by the class number and you will be fine.

List of Courses

  • 11. The Dynamic Earth
  • 12. The Dynamic Oceans
  • 49S. First-Year Seminar
  • 90S. Fossils and Climate Change
  • 101L. The Solid Earth: Minerals, Rocks and Structural Geology
  • 102. The Fluid Earth
  • 103. The Surface of the Earth
  • 107L. The Evolving Earth and Life
  • 113. Modern and Ancient Oceanic Environments
  • 115. Waves, Beaches and Coastline Dynamics
  • 119. Experiencing Geoscience
  • 120. Environmental Geology
  • 123. Hydrology
  • 125. The Future
  • 126S. Field Methods in Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • 140. Remote Sensing in Earth Science
  • 145L. Fossils and Their Applications
  • 151S. Global Environmental Change
  • 155. Global Warming
  • 173. Dinosaurs, Fossil Fish, and Yellowstone
  • 180S. Volcanology: Geology of Hawaii
  • 181S. The American Southwest
  • 183S. Natural History of Yellowstone Park
  • 186S. The San Andreas Fault and Geology of West-Central California National Park
  • 187S. Marine Geology of South Florida
  • 188S. The Geology of Owens and Long Valley, California
  • 191. Research Independent Study
  • 192. Research Independent Study
  • 193. Independent Study
  • 194. Independent Study
  • 195. Independent Study for Nonmajors

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