Nathan Schachtman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Text: Principles of Sedimentology and Stratigraphy (2012, 5th ed.) by Sam Boggs
The FIELD TRIP will depart at 8:00 a.m. Sunday May 15, from the Onyx Bridge Parking Lot. Return by 7:00 pm same day.
Here is an Equipment List for the trip.
Climate Change Science - a few web sites
Grand Canyon Photos - where art meets stratigraphy
Global Cycles and Sediments- by Paul Olsen, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (from his Dinosaurs course)
The KEELING CURVE - An amazing record of CO2 through time, from 800,000 years ago to the present
EPA Acid Rain Page (see related: a simplified geologic map of the U.S.)
PRISM Climate Data - Excellent source of data on precipitation ththrough time in the U.S.
Laminar Flow in corn syrup A fun demo at You Tube
Animations - by Mark Schmeeckle, Arizona State University.
See also, excerpts from his modeling paper (a pdf file), published in Sedimentology (2003)
USGS Bedform Sedimentology - great animations and movies, by Dave Rubin and others
Sediment Transport Movies - nice collection, by Paul Heller (University of Wyoming)
Turbidity Currents and Snow Avalanches - A quick search in Google Scholar
Sequence Stratigraphy Concepts - explained beautifully by Steve Holland, University of Georgia
Sequence Stratigraphy II - at SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology).
Coral Reefs - a few links to coral reef pages
NOAA's Paleoclimate web pages- great source of information and data
- strong flow of moist warm air from the tropical western Pacific Ocean
Web Resources for Sedimentary Geologists
UO Dept of Geological Sciences
University of Oregon
List of UO Computer Labs
Teaching and Learning Center offered by the UO Office of Student Services
Student Conduct Code - UO's Policy Statement: please read it.
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