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"TOOELE SUNSETS"...

October Earth Science Outside Wednesday and Thursdays 5-7:15PM

For Teachers (relicensure credit) and also interested adults.

(P.S. Trilobite Day info toward the very bottom of this column)

 

 

UofU STUDENTS.

.. this column is for you! Geog Of Utah see below

FLIER with general info about 2016 July USOE workshops

the second page of the flier lists where we meet each session of the three workshops.

 

Frequently asked questions about registration and course logistics (2016)

Four options: (1) USOE recertification (via OnTrack); (2) USOE credit (via OnTrack); (3) SUU credit per workshop (via OnTrack then SUU later); (4) WSU 3 credits plus fulfill an endorsement for Geology I, Geology II, or Earth systems science (via OnTrack AND WSU)

 

 

 

2016 UofU GEOG 2600

The Power of Place:

intersections of the Humanities and Geography

Co-Taught with Elaine Bapis, PhD.

LINKS to On-line TEXTS
LANDFORMS -Wasatch Front
ROCKS / MINERALS - Wasatch Front
GEOLOGIC HISTORY - Wasatch Front.
2016 Spring -UofU Geography of Utah

TOOELE - OCTOBER 2016

Earth Science Outside- Geology and Heritage -

ANNOUNCEMENT with FAQ; SCHEDULE

2016 UofU

Analysis of Utah Landforms

GEOG-ENVST 5810

TEACHER TRILOBITE DAY - OCTOBER 15, 2016

ANNOUNCEMENT (for 2016)

CLICK FOR more Info

Links to diverse powerpoints

Utah's Mineral Wealth... why so rich

WATER and Salt Lake City

Salt Lake Arts Academy

UVU - 2011 - Shorelines and Antelope Island Research Talk

  2007 SLCounty Watersheds 101

DICTATIONS

Trilobite Day MP3s

  2007-2008 Bliss-Atwood: Rocks and Minerals
School-specific courses:

 

2010 - Earthquakes and GSL report to GSL Tech Team
2008 Wasatch Elementary   2010 UofU Urban Environmental Geography
   
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