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Geology of the central and southern Adirondack Mountains, New York: research field camp part of Field Trip Collection
Geology of the central and southern Adirondack Mountains, New York: research field camp Dr. David W. Valentino, Department of Earth Sciences, State University of New York at Oswego Dr. Jeffrey R. Chiarenzelli, ...

EarthCaching part of Field Trip Collection
EarthCaching: Gary Lewis, Geological Society of America Intended Audience: EarthCaching is open to all. There is a free educators guide available from the website. Location: EarthCache can be used worldwide - to ...

Walking Field Trip to the San Andreas Fault part of Field Trip Collection
Walking Field Trip to the San Andreas Fault: Fred Winkler, California State University San Bernardino Intended Audience: This lab is intended for introductory-level college students (Geology 101, Introductory ...

Melting Glaciers, Gravel, and Groundwater part of Field Trip Collection
Melting Glaciers, Gravels, and Groundwater: Paul T. Ryberg, Clarion University of Pennsylvania Intended Audience:An excellent locality for any geology class field trip, especially physical geology, historical ...

Bedform Mapping in a Coastal Environment part of Field Trip Collection
Bedform Mapping in a Coastal Environment: Peter Lea, Bowdoin College Intended Audience: This activity is designed for an undergraduate majors course in sedimentary geology. Location: Although specific to the ...

Drainage Basins Field Lab part of Field Trip Collection
Drainage Basins Field Lab: Jeff Marshall, Cal Poly Pomona University, Geological Sciences Dept. Intended Audience: Undergraduate course in geomorphology. Location: San Gabriel Mountains foothills, near Cal Poly ...

South Carolina Studies: Bringing the Geologic Time Scale Down to Earth in the Students' Backyard part of Field Trip Collection
South Carolina Studies - Bringing the Geologic Time Scale Down to Earth in the Students' Backyard: John R. Wagner, Clemson University Intended Audience: This exercise is suitable for the general public, though ...

Cattaraugus Creek Characteristics part of Field Trip Collection
Cattaraugus Creek Characteristics: Kevin Williams, Buffalo State College Intended Audience: Undergraduate course in geomorphology, this activity relates to the fluvial geomorph aspect. Location: I use this activity ...

River Rock Identification part of Field Trip Collection
River Rock Identification: Laura Triplett, Gustavus Adolphus College Intended Audience: I use this in an upper-level geomorphology course that is required for geology and environmental studies majors, so many of ...

Rainbow Basin, CA Mapping Project part of Field Trip Collection
Joan E. Fryxell, California State University, San Bernardino Intended Audience: This is an introductory geological mapping course that is required of all BA and BS majors. Location: Rainbow Basin, which is just ...