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  CE 387G - Engineering Geology
This course presents the fundamentals of geology in a way that is relevant to Civil Engineers. The course focuses on geologic materials, earth processes, and landforms, all of which evolve through the vast amounts of geologic time to produce global conditions that we see today. The three-way interactions among materials, landforms, and processes provide challenges to Civil Engineers in their work siting, designing, and maintaining structures and facilities.

Although the overall scope of the course is be global, a major emphasis will focus on the Austin area, and nearby localities. Most laboratory sessions will be conducted in the field.

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