Jackson School of Geosciences
Jackson School of Geosciences
Department of Geological SciencesBureau of Economic GeologyInstitute for Geophysics

Geology 416M - Sedimentary Rocks

Description and interpretation of sedimentary rocks in hand specimen and thin section; characteristics of sedimentary rocks deposited in different environments. Three lecture hours and four laboratory hours a week for one semester with two additional one-day field trips. Prerequisite: Geological Sciences 401, 303, or 312K with a grade of at least C.


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