GEOS 22200. Geochronology. 100 Units.

This course covers the duration of planetary differentiation and the age of the Earth (i.e., extinct and extant chronometers); timescales for building a habitable planet (i.e., the late heavy bombardment, the origin of the atmosphere, the emergence of life, and continent extraction); dating mountains (i.e., absolute ages, exposure ages, and thermochronology); the climate record (i.e., dating layers in sediments and ice cores); and dating recent artifacts (e.g., the Shroud of Turin). Prerequisite(s): Background in college-level geology, physics, and mathematics. Equivalent Course(s): GEOS 32200



...CHEM 22200; CHEM 26100-CHEM 26200-CHEM 26300; ECON 20000-ECON 20100-ECON 20200; GEOS...

Environmental Science

TheCollege designated ENSC or GEOS one course in...or higher in CHEM 22200 or 23200 ** Prerequisites...