Physical Geology (Earth SC 202) Notes and Visual Aids

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
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Course Topic Notes and Graphics PowerPoint Slides Slides
Introduction to the course Introduction to the course What is Physical Geology? Geologic Maps
Minerals Minerals Minerals  
Igneous Rocks and Volcanoes Igneous Rocks and Volcanoes Igneous Rocks and Volcanoes
Pompeii
Volcanoes
Weathering and Erosion Weathering and Soils
Ground Water
Mass-Wasting
Weathering and Soils
Ground Water
Mass-Wasting
Weathering and Soils
Ground Water
Evolution of Landscapes Evolution of Landscapes
Drainage Diversion
Evolution of Landscapes
Arid Climate Landscapes
Drainage Diversion
Lakes, Waterfalls and Deltas
Evolution of Landscapes
Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary Rocks
Evolution, Fossils, Geologic Time Fossils and Evolution
Geologic Time
Fossils
Fossils and Evolution

Geologic Time and Earth History
Fossils and Evolution
Glaciers Glaciers and Ice Ages
How Glaciers Change Geography 
Glaciers
Glaciers and Geography

Ice Ages
Glaciers
Wind and Wave Erosion Wind Erosion  Wind Erosion Wind Erosion
Tides
Wave Erosion and Marine Geology
The Oceans
Tides
Wave Erosion and Marine Geology

Coastal Processes
Metamorphism and Deformation Metamorphism Metamorphism  
Deformation Crustal Deformation Deformation of the Crust
Earthquakes and Earth's Interior Earthquakes and Earth's Interior Faults and Earthquakes Faults and Earthquakes
Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics
Orogeny
Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics
Breakup and Assembly of Pangaea
Closure of the Tethys
Plate Tectonics and Western North America
 
Resources from the Earth Resources from the Earth Earth Resources Mineral Resources
Geology of other Worlds Geology of other Worlds Earth, Moon and Impact
Inner Solar System
Outer Solar System
Planetary Geology

Also of Interest:

Geology of Wisconsin: Geologic maps, geologic history, earthquakes.
History of the Great Lakes
How to Identify Rocks and Minerals


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