Claire E. Bucholz
Ge 123: Continental Crust Seminar. 6 units (2-0-4); Spring Term 2018. A seminar course focusing on a topic related to the continental crust which will be decided depending on the interest of participating students. Potential seminar focuses could be the origin and evolution of the continental crust, the role of arc magmatism and/or accretionary orogens in forming the continental crust, or the Archean-Proterozoic transition as preserved in the igneous and metamorphic rock record. The course will comprise weekly student-led discussions of peer-reviewed literature.
In future years, I will teach Ge120a (Introduction to Field Geology) and Ge120b (Summer Field Camp). Currently these classes are taught by Brian Wernicke. Please visit the GPS Geology Option page to see the variety of geology classes offered in the division.