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Distinguished Professor

Paul Falkowski

Awarded the Tyler Prize

for Environmental Achievement

Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

departmental office (Room 250).  Students who choose an external field camp may still take Field Geology (460:410) for credit and to gain additional field experience, especially in geologic mapping, seismic interpretation, and regional synthesis. Students who choose an external field camp and/or the Rutgers Field Geology course (460:410) may take Geologic Field Methods (460:411) for credit and to gain additional field experience, especially in surveying methods and use of computers to collect, analyze, and present field data. Note that Geologic Field Methods by itself does not satisfy the departmental field requirement. The table below looks at some of the features of external field camps and the Field Geology and Geologic Field Methods courses. It also lists their advantages and disadvantages.

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EPS - Colloquium
Peter Driscoll (Carnegie Inst. Washington) 
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 11:45AM
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Jennifer Kasbohm (Princeton) 
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Kurt Konhauser (University of Alberta)
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