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Geo at Bates
Requirements for the Major
Courses you can take this semester – Winter 2019 and Short Term
What do geologists do? Watch the video.
Geology students are well paid.
J. Dykstra Eusden Jr.
John Creasy (Emeritus)
Gene Clough (Emeritus)
Environmental Geochemistry- Beverly Johnson
Quaternary and Glacial Geology- Mike Retelle
Mineralogy and Experimental Petrology – Geneviève Robert
Structural Geology and Tectonics – Dyk Eusden
Paleoclimate and Glaciers – Alice Doughty
Environmental Geochemistry Labratory
Mineralogy & Petrology
Quaternary Geology and Sedimentology
Structural Geology and GIS
From the Shetland Islands, to the Netherlands, to Acadia National Park
field trips from 2011-2012
The Coastal Hazards short term class in Iceland.
The Field Geology in Maine first-year seminar on the slopes of Mount Washington in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Bates geology students spend a weekend in Acadia National Park every November.
Sediment cores being taken on the Loch of Broo where sediment core dating was done to correlate weather changes to the changes in the House of Broo.
An archaeological dig where geologists, anthropologists, historians, and biologists are discovering the story of the The Old House of Broo in Shetland. A project funded by the NSF.
The hard work of some students on the short term trip to the Southwest.
A view of the plateaus in the Southwest Short Term (spring 2011).
The GEO230 Structural Geology Class takes a look at some outcrop in Reid State Park.
Professor Mike Retelle in Svalbard.
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