Earth’s Environments

Geology 120

Usual Description

A survey of Earth’s internal and external features, emphasizing the unifying theory of plate tectonics as well as the study of geologic hazards and Earth resources. Labs and field trips explore Earth materials. local field sites, landforms, and interactions between humans and Earth’s surface. The course is intended for both non-majors and prospective geology majors. All students must enroll in the lecture section plus one lab section in the same semester. Field trip(s) are required.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Geology 120 Taught by Frederick Page
Geology 120 Taught by Karla Hubbard
Geology 120 Taught by Karla Hubbard
Geology 120 Taught by Andrew Horst, Karla Hubbard, or Bruce Simonson
Geology 120 Taught by Andrew Horst, Karla Hubbard, or Bruce Simonson
Geology 120 Taught by Andrew Horst or Zeb Page
Geology 120 Taught by Karla Hubbard or Amanda Schmidt
Geology 120 Taught by Zeb Page
Geology 120 Taught by Bruce Simonson
Geology 120 Taught by Zeb Page or Steven Wojtal
Geology 120 Taught by Bruce Simonson
Geology 120 Taught by Karla Hubbard or Steven Wojtal
Geology 120 Taught by Bruce Simonson
Geology 120 Taught by Dennis Hubbard or Zeb Page
Geology 120 Taught by Bruce Simonson
Geology 120 Taught by Dennis Hubbard or Zeb Page
Geology 120 Taught by Bruce Simonson