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Distribution and controls on element migration in rocks and soils. Recognition of anomalous concentrations. Selected case histories. Common analytical methods for rock, soil, and water samples.
The principles of chemical equilibria, reaction kinetics and transport applied to natural water systems. Chemical weathering and diagenesis. Chemistry of surface waters, ground water and the oceans.
Geochemical cycles. Applications to environmental problems. Labs include chemical analysis of water, carbonate equilibria and geochemic modeling. One Saturday field trip. Prerequisite : ESCI or permission of instructor. Principles of structural geology and geological mapping. Provides two weeks supervised training in field work and preparation of an independent structural map and report of a selected area.
At least the costs of accommodation expenses are paid by the student. To be taken as part of the final year. Applications of geological, geochemical, geophysical and hydrological methods to an environmental site investigation.
Typically includes one week of field work followed by one week for the analysis of data and preparation of a comprehensive written report summarizing the field investigation, synthesizing results, drawing conclusions, and making recommendations. A cost will be associated with this course. A written report on the scientific activities of the work term. Credit for the course is dependent in part on the employer's evaluation of the student's work activities. Students must be accepted into the Geology Coop program to register for this course. Study of igneous and metamorphic rocks emphasizing the processes responsible for their formation in terms of heat, pressure and fluid effects related to tectonic setting.
Laboratories primarily concentrate on the acquisition of observational skills via hand specimens and detailed petrographic work supported by interpretation of geochemical and isotopic datasets. Physical volcanology, textural, petrologic, and petrogenetic study of ultramafic to felsic volcanic systems in a variety of tectonic environments are examined. Laboratory studies emphasize petrology of volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks in a variety of geological settings.
Lectures focus on processes active in modern sedimentary environments, landform development, and facies e. Seminar course investigating the principles of crustal growth and recycling, plate tectonics, plate motions, plate margin processes, mantle anisotropy, and their application to Phanerozoic, Proterozoic, and Archean mantle and lithosphere evolution. Application of material science to rock deformation. Theory of rock deformation. Development of microstructure and fabric in deformed rock.
Labs will be concerned with observation and measurement of microstructure and fabric.
Cockade structures as a paleo-earthquake proxy in upper crustal hydrothermal systems
Study of the mass balance of glaciers and characteristics of flow, erosion and deposition by active and stagnant ice masses, facies relationships in processes and products of glaciated terrain, and assessment of terrain from air photos, maps, geophysical and core data. Practical applications include: relevance of sample collection and analyses for geotechnical evaluation and mineral prospecting, and identification of industrial resources and terrain hazards.
Lectures and labs investigate applications of rock mechanics and rock engineering principles, using geological and geomechanical data in the open-ended design of surface and underground engineering structures sited in rocks, as well as geo-hazard mitigation. Analysis of design problems incorporates several industry standard software packages. The natural variability of geomaterials and implications for effective design solutions are discussed. Prerequisite : ESCI Equivalent to GE Introduction to environmental impact assessment EIA from the Canadian perspective, covering the history, scope and need for EIA, as well as the general approach and regulatory framework used in Canada and New Brunswick.
The majority of the course focuses on geosciences in environmental investigations. Topics include: goals of investigations; physical processes of dispersion in the atmosphere, surface water, groundwater and glacial systems; important geochemical concepts that influence the transport and fate of contaminants in the environment.
General features of mineral deposits, their origin, localization and classification, with emphasis on exploration, evaluation and development. Advanced features of mineral deposits, their origin, localization and classification, with emphasis on exploration, evaluation and development. Applications of these methods to geological mapping, mineral and hydrocarbon exploration, engineering and environmental applications.
Introduction to principles, survey procedures and interpretation techniques of electrical, electromagnetic, and seismic methods of geophysical exploration. Applications of these methods to from mineral and hydrocarbon exploration as well as engineering and hydrogeological-environmental investigations. Application of thermodynamics and kinetics to geological problems. Multicomponent equilibria and activity coefficients.
Water-rock interactions. Theory and application of stable and radiogenic isotope geochemistry in geology. Coverage includes radiometric dating, radiogenic and stable isotopic systems in petrology and geochemistry, and applications of radiogenic and stable isotopes to the solution of problems in lithospheric evolution, paleoclimatology and environmental geochemistry. Students who intend to undertake a thesis project, either as an elective course or as a requirement for an Honours BSc degree, are advised to consult with their intended faculty supervisor near the end of their third year. Students must have CGPA of 3.
Additional requirements and guidelines for the project can be obtained from the Director of Undergraduate Studies. Advanced studies in a topic in geological sciences. The topic is to be chosen jointly by the student, advisor and Chair of the Department. May be taken for credit more than once. Title of topic will appear on transcript. Prerequisite : Third year standing and a GPA of at least 2. Permission of the Department. Search for :. Undergraduate Calendar.
Earth Sciences Students should note that in the Science Faculty the minimum acceptable grade in a course which is required by a particular program or is used to meet a prerequisite, is a "C". Pre-or co-requisite : ESCI Viewing the oceans, lands, and atmosphere as an integrated system, the course examines geologic aspects of plate tetonics, the development and evolution of life, processes that maintain or threaten habitability, climate change, geological hazards and theories for critical events in Earth history such as mass extinctions.
The emphasis is on changes occuring during the current period of human influence with respect to development of energy and natural resources: the Anthropocene. ESCI Geology Lab for Engineers 2 ch 3L An introductory study covering topographic and geological maps bedrock and surficial and their interpretation; construction of cross sections; identification of common minerals, igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks; geological structures map analysis as a predictive tool ; dating and the geological time scale; coastal processes; mass wasting especially the recognition and amelioration of hazards related to debris flows, avalanche and landslides ; and glaciations and glacial deposits especially glacial deposits in eastern Canada and their significance to engineers.
ESCI Geology Lab for Foresters 2 ch 3L An introductory study covering topographic and geological maps bedrock and surficial and their interpretation; construction of cross sections; identification of common minerals, igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks; geological structures; dating and the geological time scale; coastal processes; mass wasting in terrane analysis, and the recognition and avoidance of hazards ; and glaciations and glacial deposits especially in eastern Canada and their relevance to foresters. ESCI Field School 1 week 3 ch [W] Introduction to field observations, traversing, sampling and mapping in the first week of May or before classes begin in the fall.
ESCI Engineering Geology 4 ch 3C 3L A study of geological materials and hazards for site investigation and assessment of risk and remediation; engineering classification of geological materials, properties and relationships; engineering in the existing and changing environment and exacerbation of natural processes; geological constraints for construction, foundations, tunnelling, waste disposal and mining, with case histories of geological problems in engineering projects. Recommended co-requisite : ESCI ESCI Mineralogy and Petrology 4 ch 3C 3L We learn the use of polarizing microscopy techniques to identify and describe the textures of igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks, mineral and rock identification, and rock classification.
ESCI Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 4 ch 3C 3L Lectures and labs first cover the description and classification of the physical and chemical properties of sediment and sedimentary rock.
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ESCI Structural Geology I 4 ch 3C 3L An introduction to geometrical aspects of earth sciences with emphasis on cartographic methods, geological map production and interpretation. ESCI Theory of the Earth 3 ch 3C Understanding the origin and evolution of the earth requires an interdisciplinary approach that combines traditional geology with cosmochemistry, geochemistry and geophysics. ESCI Origin of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks 4 ch 2C 3L [W] Petrology of igneous and metamorphic rocks with emphasis on their macroscopic textures, mineral associations, classification and field relations.
ESCI Paleontology 4 ch 2C 3L The course provides an overview of the evolution of life on Earth, its origin, diversification and its gradual expansion from sea to land. Cross-listed as BIOL ESCI Introductory Oceanography and Paleoceanography A 4 ch 3C 2L The oceans modulate the climate, are key regulators of biogeochemical cycles and support rich and diverse biological habitats. ESCI Rock Mechanics 4 ch 3C 2L [W] Lectures and labs investigate the deformation and fracture behaviour of rocks when subjected to natural and engineering-imposed stress fields.
ESCI Geohydrology A 4 ch 3C 1T [W] An introduction to the global water cycle and water balance, catchment water balance, measurement and estimation of water balance parameters, aspects of sediment transport and erosion, monitoring the distribution of contamination by sediment sampling. ESCI Mineral Resources, Economics, and the Environment 3 ch 3C This course presents various types of mineral deposit resources, integrated with economic and environmental considerations with impacts related to exploration and mining activity.
ESCI Petroleum Geoscience A 4 ch 3C 3L This multi-disciplinary subject is covered by introductory lectures on: chemical composition of petroleum particularly oil and gas ; the environment of petroleum e.