Scientific study of landforms on the earth's surface. A systematic analysis of a wide variety of landforms, with an emphasis on the processes that form them. Tectonic and climate controls of geomorphic systems are considered as are the impacts of human activities. Three, one-hour lectures, and one three-hour laboratory per week. One or more one-day field trips.  This course is equivalent to ESCI 424 and credit will not be earned if this course has been previously taken.

Prerequisites: GSCI 125 or GSCI 135; for graduate students permission of department chair.

4 Credits

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