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Prerequisite: either ESS 101, ESS 105, ESS 210, or ESS 211.
View course details in My Plan: ESS 305 ESS 306 Planetary Geology (5) NWUp-to-date survey of geological features and processes on and within planets and their moons deduced from sampling, remote sensing, spacecraft imagery, and theory.
Description, phase equilibria, origin, and associations of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks. The physical, chemical, biological, and plate tectonic evolution of the earth's crust, seawater, and atmosphere. Focuses on linkages between these environments to illustrate coupling between landscapes and seascapes. View course details in My Plan: ESS 230 ESS 290 Special Topics (1-10, max. View course details in My Plan: ESS 290 ESS 301 Geology of the Northwest (5) NWGeologic history of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
Emphasis on use of geologic principles in interpreting evidence found in landscapes and rocks. Prerequisite: either ESS 101, ESS 105, ESS 210, ESS 211.
Open to non-science majors, but also lays a foundation for higher-level geobiology courses.
Emphasizes the dynamic nature of the earth's tectonic system and its relationship to physical features, volcanism, earthquakes, minerals and rocks and geologic structures. View course details in My Plan: ESS 101 ESS 102 Space and Space Travel (5) I&S/NWExplores the sun, solar storms, observations from space and from Earth; Earth's space environment, radiation belts and hazards, plasma storms and auroras, rockets and propulsion, human exploration efforts, societal impact, planetary systems and resources, and project highlighting space and its exploration. Focuses on topics of particular interest in gemology, such as mechanisms of color, history and lore of gems, and uses of gems.Recommended: High school or college precalculus and high school or college chemistry. Structural, geomorphic, and climatic interactions in major tectonic regimes. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either ESS 210, ESS 211, or ESS 212. View course details in My Plan: ESS 213 ESS 230 Rivers and Beaches (3/5) NWIntroduction to Earth surface environments, the processes that shape them, how humans affect them and are affected by them.View course details in My Plan: ESS 210 ESS 211 Physical Processes of the Earth (5) NWOverview of Earth. Erosional and depositional processes and landforms. Use of stereonets, air photos, geologic maps, and cross sections. Prerequisite: a minimum grade of 2.0 in either MATH 124, MATH 134, or Q SCI 291, either of which may be taken concurrently; a minimum grade of 2.0 in either both PHYS 114 and PHYS 117 or PHYS 121. View course details in My Plan: ESS 211 ESS 212 Earth Materials and Processes (5) NWCrystallography, crystal chemistry, and characteristics of rock-forming and ore minerals. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in either CHEM 142 or CHEM 145. View course details in My Plan: ESS 212 ESS 213 Evolution of the Earth (5) NWIntroduction to paleontology, types of stratigraphy, and radiometric dating. Weekend field trips examine mountains, rivers, deltas/estuaries, beaches, and environments beyond.The course emphasizes the intrinsic relationship between human societies and geologic processes, hazards and resources. Hands-on laboratories using about one hundred representative gems and minerals.Not open for credit to students who have taken ESS 210. View course details in My Plan: ESS 103 ESS 104 Prehistoric Life (3) NWFossils and how they are preserved.
Evaluates the possibility of predicting future eruptions. View course details in My Plan: ESS 115 ESS 119 Introduction to Laboratories (1, max.