Units: 3-3-0 (spring), 0-3-6 (summer). The seminar is graded P/F, with auditing not permitted; The field course must be taken for a grade and the seminar is required for participation in the field component.
Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor(s)
The actual course schedule for 1999 can be found here .
for the field component of Ge 111b can be found here.
The tentative daily field schedule can be found here.
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Raw gravity and resistivity
data is now available for processing. Please remember that final reports
are due at 5 PM, Wednesday, June 23.
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