EA3200 - Advanced Structural and Metamorphic Geology
|Student Contribution Band:
||Sch of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Stress, temperature and hydrothermal fluids in the lithosphere. Faults, shear zones
and fluid flow. Interation between deformation, metamorphism, mineralisation and tectonics.
Metamorphism at different levels in the crust. Interpretation of field data and of
structural and metamorphic relationships and history.
- An understanding of stress, temerature and fluid distributions in the lithosphere,
and the factors that affect them, at present and in the geological past;
- The causes and effects of faulting and shear zone formation, and their relation to
- An understanding of the relationships between deformation, metamorphism and mineralisation;
- The skills and background knowledge necessary to map and interpret the geological
history of deformed, metammorphosed and mineralised terranes;
- The knowledge and skills to identify, map and determine the origin of tectonics and
- The ability to think critically, to analyse and evaluate claims, evidence and arguments;
- The ability to adapt knowledge to new situations;
- The ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences;
- The ability to speak and write logically, clearly and creatively;
- The ability to calculate, produce, interpret and communicate numerical information;
- The ability to select and use appropriate IT tools;
- The ability to access and employ online technologies effectively;
- A coherent and disciplined body of skills, knowledge, values and professional ethics
in at least one discipline area;
- The ability to learn independently and in a self-directed manner;
- A commitment to lifelong learning and intellectual development.
||AT LEAST 12 CREDIT POINTS AT LEVEL 2 INCLUDING EA2220 AND EA2300
Study Period 1,
|Census Date 22-Mar-2012
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||Professor Tim Bell, Professor Tom Blenkinsop, <Person not found>.
- 26 hours lectures
- 39 hours practicals
||end of semester exam (40%); quizzes or tests (20%); practical (20%); fieldwork (20%).
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