Credit units: 3
Offered: Term 2 only
Weekly hours: 3 Lecture hours and 3 Practicum/Lab hours
College: Arts and Science
Department: Geological Sciences
Principles and methods of geophysics; their use in the interpretation of subsurface structures of tectonic, stratigraphic and anthropogenic origin; their role in locating probable centres of mineral concentration; their application to geological engineering and environmental problems.
Prerequisite(s): GEOL 258.3; MATH 110.3, MATH 133.4 or MATH 176.3; MATH 116.3, MATH 134.3, or MATH 177.3; PHYS 117.3, PHYS 125.3, PHYS 155.3, or PHYS 156.3.
Note: Students other than Geology majors who do not have all of the prerequisites may be accepted on written approval of the Geological Sciences Department. This course may not be taken for credit concurrently with or after GEOL 334 or 335.
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