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GEOPHYS 108: Tectonics Field Trip

What does an earthquake fault look like near Earth's surface? How about the inside of, or beneath, a volcano? Why does California experience earthquakes and volcanic eruptions? Learn about thermo-physico-chemical evolution (mass transport, heat transport) in Earth's crust through a required long-weekend field trip (in 2019: evening Thurs 5/30¿evening Mon 6/3, beginning of Dead Week) to eastern California and Sierra Nevada. May be repeated for credit (future destinations likely include San Andreas fault, Mendocino Triple Junction, Crater Lake, Lava Tubes, and western Basin and Range province. Lectures (typically one per week) provide context for planned trip.
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