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Notes :  The Geology of the Grand Canyon (GLG-112) summer course will be offered again in July, 2014. The dates for the field trips have been set, even though the schedule for the summer will not be released until sometime during the Spring 2014 semester. We will travel for one weekend (one overnight) to the South Rim on July 19th & 20th and the following weekend July 25th-27th (two overnights) to the North Rim as well as few other places TBA.

There will be one day of manditory class to cover fundamentals and work out logistics. It will be sheduled for the Thursday, July 17th, preceding the first field trip. I can only accept 16 students for the class and could possibly need a driver. Drivers can be paid a small stipend for their time and would have to be at least 25 years of age. I would need to get paperwork in early, so if you're intertested let me know early in May or June.

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******The problem with registering on-line for GLG-112 has been fixed. THERE SHOULD BE NO PRE_REQUISITE FOR GLG-112!!!! .******

 

 

 

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Kevin F. Mullins

Geology & Planetary Science Instructor

overlooking Comb Ridge, Utah 

Kevin Mullins retired from the Astrogeology Team of the U.S. Geological Survey here in Flagstaff after over 27 years of cartographic, geologic and planetary research. During that time he had the privilege of working with some of the best and brightest scientist in those fields. He also had the luck to have played a small part in many of NASA's Earth and planetary missions including the Landsat programs, AVIRIS, ASTER, Viking, Voyager and MER. He led the Flagstaff Science Center Outreach program for the last three years he was there and has been teaching at CCC for 12 years. On occasion, he lectures at NAU for the Road Scholar Program. Currently, he is one of two High School Programs coordinators for the College working withthe CAVIAT & Dual Enrollment Programs offering college credit to HS students throughout Coconino County.

 

Lonetree Campus
2800 S. Lonetree Rd.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001-2701

Phone : 226-4319

E-mail : kevin.mullins@coconino.edu

Course links - click on the links below to get additional information about the class, semesters offered, syllabi, course outlines, etc.

 

Physical Geology GLG-101

 

Planetary Science GLG-105

Spral galaxy

 

Geology of the Grand Canyon

 

GLG-110 Natural Disasters

 

 


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