Field Trips

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Field trips are an essential part of the experience in the Geology Programs at Oswego.  Being out in the field is where students learn the most applying concepts they have learned in the classroom, and have a bit of fun.  Trips are often run with both upper and lower level classes.  This gives lower level students a chance to learn from faculty as well as students with more field experience and creates a true sense of camaraderie. Here are some pictures from some recent adventures...


The Geology Department field trip to localities in Southeastern PA and the shores of the Chesapeake Bay.
Hudson Bay on PA field Trip  

  

GEO 440 (Paleontology) students, BIO 301 (topics in Paleontology) and Geology Club members posing with a dinosaur in front of the Museum of the Earth in Ithaca, NY.
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Students and Faculty at Whitaker State Park, NY investigating the joint structure and fossiliferous strata. 
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Combined trip with GEO 200 and GEO 330 to central PA
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Dave Valentino shows GEO 330 students the unconformity between the Ordovician Austin Glen Formation and the Silurian Rondout Formation near Catskill, NY
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Alexandria Bay, Strucutural/Mineralogy Field Trip, Fall 2011
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Field Camp, Tri-State Area and Adirondacks, Summer 2012 
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Salmon River Falls Geo 200, 2012
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