GEOL 373 Regional Geology: New Zealand 2014

In this course, students studied the regional geology of New Zealand. This remarkably geologically diverse land allowed students to learn about coastal and neotectonic geomorphology, structural geology and tectonics, glacial geology, glaciology, volcanology, metamorphic petrology, and stratigraphy through hands-on direct exposure to beautiful examples available at the surface in New Zealand. More than one student called this the trip of a lifetime.

Prerequisite: for geology majors