Overview of Environmental Geology

Steve Dutch     Lab Sciences 402      Phone: 465-2246    e-mail: dutchs@uwgb.edu
HOME PAGE:    http://www.uwgb.edu/dutchs

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay


Exponential Growth

North America: the Disney Continent

Minerals

Igneous Rocks and Volcanoes

Surface Water

Ground Water

Soils

Mass Wasting

Movement of material downhill by gravity

  Slow Movements Rapid Movements
Cohesive Fragmented Cohesive Fragmented
Wet

Creep

Slump Mudflow
Dry Avalanche, Rockfall

Water contributes enormously to mass wasting

Glaciers and the Cryosphere

Deserts and Wind Erosion

Coastal Processes

Earthquakes and Earth's Interior

Resources

Extraterrestrial Hazards

Military Impacts on the Environment


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Created 3 Feb 2006, Last Update 14 December 2009

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