Aaron Martin teaches undergraduate Erika Pinto to measure the orientation of a plane during a Structural Geology field trip.
The tectonics faculty and others teach a variety of tectonics courses. For class schedules please use the university’s Testudo facility.
GEOL 341 Structural Geology (Martin)
GEOL 342 Sedimentation and Stratigraphy (Kaufman)
GEOL 423 Optical Mineralogy (Penniston-Dorland)
GEOL 443 Petrology (Rudnick and Walker)
GEOL 445 High Temperature Geochemistry (Rudnick)
GEOL 446 Geophysics (Hier-Majumder)
GEOL 472/789C Tectonics (Martin)
GEOL 614 Thermodynamics of Geological Processes (Candela)
GEOL 646 Crustal Petrology (Brown)
GEOL 789J The Fluid Earth (Hier-Majumder)
GEOL 789P Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology (Penniston-Dorland, Brown)
GEOG 373 Geographic Information Systems
GEOG 473 Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis
Other GIS courses taught regularly
UMD Master's student Rachel Potter (L) and McGill University undergraduate Stephanie Mair (R) examine chromite- and plagioclase-rich layers of the Bushveld Complex, South Africa. |
Working on a joint surface at Great Falls National Park, Virginia.