Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology

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The average introductory geology student’s perception of geology normally involves the memorization of rocks and discussions of natural disasters, but Geology contains so much more. Geology is the study of our planet, which is vital to our everyday lives from the energy we use, to the growing of the food we eat, to the foundations of the buildings we live in, to the materials that are used to make everyday objects (metals and plastics). The ideal place to start this course is discussing the methods that are used to better understand our planet, the processes that shape it, and its history. Science is not a set of facts to remember. Instead it is a method to discover the world around us. You are likely already familiar with the Scientific Method,
but it is worthwhile to review the process

Creator

Bradley Deline, Randa Harris, Karen Tefend,

Source

https://web.ung.edu/media/university-press/Laboratory%20Manual%20for%20Introductory%20Geology%20Updated%20082817.pdf?t=1510260756287

Publisher

University of North Georgia Press

Date

2015

Contributor

Baihaqi

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Creative Commons

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PDF

Language

English

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Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology Updated 082817.pdf

Citation

Bradley Deline, Randa Harris, Karen Tefend,, “Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology,” Open Educational Resource (OER) , accessed October 26, 2020, http://oer.iain-padangsidimpuan.ac.id/items/show/2495.

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