GEOL 577: Environmental Geophysics (3)

Application of the methods of geophysical exploration to evaluate, mitigate, and prevent environmental problems below the surface of the earth. Development of fundamental principles and discussion of environmental case histories using seismic, gravity, magnetic, electromagnetic, electrical, and radar methods. Prerequisite: An introductory course in geology, MATH 116 or MATH 122, and PHSX 115 or PHSX 212. LEC
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