Classes with Field Trips
- Ge 11a/Ge 101 - Introduction to Earth and Planetary Sciences/Introduction to Geology and Geochemistry
- FS/Ge 16 - Freshman Seminar: Earthquakes
- Ge 121a - Advanced Field and Structural Geology
- Ge 136a - Regional Field Geology of the Southwestern United States
- Ge151 - Fundamentals of Planetary Surfaces
- Ge 11b - Introduction to Earth & Planetary Sciences: Earth and the Biosphere
- Ge104 - Introduction to Geobiology
- Ge 121b - Advanced Field and Structural Geology
- Ge 136b - Regional Field Geology of the Southwestern United States
- Ge 1 - Earth and Environment
- Ge 111b - Applied Geophysics Seminar and Field Course
- Ge120a - Introduction to Field Geology
- Ge 121c - Advanced Field & Structural Geology
- Ge122c - Field Geology Seminar
- Ge 136c - Regional Field Geology of the Southwestern United States
- Ge/ESE/EE157c - Remote Sensing for Environmental and Geological Applications
- Ge 120 b - Summer Field Camp
Emergency Contact Forms
The GPS Division recognizes that there are safety risks that are inherent in doing fieldwork in remote areas. Make sure to read the information provided below.
Proper Permits for Field Work
Field Vehicle Information
GPS maintains a fleet of six specially equipped vehicles for the exclusive use of its faculty, students, and staff for educational, research, and professional activities.
To request access to a vehicle or see when a vehicles are available, visit the Field Vehicle Availability page.
The division's procedures and policies for using these vehicles are detailed in the Institute's Motor Vehicle Use Policy and the GPS Procedures for Use of Division Fleet Vehicles.