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Volcanology and Petrology of Interbedded Andesitic Lava Flows and Volcaniclastic Rocks from Washburn Volcano, YNP part of Field Trip Collection
Field and Laboratory Project - Volcanology and Petrology of Interbedded Andesitic Lava Flows and Volcaniclastic Rocks from Washburn Volcano, Yellowstone National Park: Todd Feeley, Montana State University Intended ...
Beartooth Highway Field Trip and Activities part of Field Trip Collection
Darrell Henry, Louisiana State University Dave Mogk, Montana State University Intended Audience: This field trip and related exercises was used for a Teaching Petrology in the 21st Century workshop, but may be ...
Glacial geology of Arlee Valley, Montana - trip for HS teachers part of Field Trip Collection
This field trip, which is designed for HS science teachers with little or no formal training in geosciences specifically, is designed to acquaint participants with the glacial geologic record of a small topographic basin in western Montana. The trip focuses on the landforms and sedimentologic character of various glacial and glacially-influenced deposits.
The Mountain View area of the Stillwater Complex as a field teaching model part of Field Trip Collection
The Mountain View Area of the Stillwater Complex as a Field Teaching Model: I. S. McCallum, University of Washington Intended Audience: Geology majors: I will assume that most students in this group who make the ...
Yellowstone Thought Questions part of Field Trip Collection
Yellowstone Thought Questions: Barbara Nash, University of Utah Intended Audience: This activity was part of the 2003 Teaching Petrology in the 21st Century workshop. It is designed for an undergraduate required ...
Geology of National Parks: a survey of introductory geology taught as a 4-week field trip part of Field Trip Collection
Linda L. Davis Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Intended Audience: This trip is designed as a general studies course for those without any background in science. Yet, it welcomes science majors. Freshmen to ...