GEOL 141 - Economic Resources and Geologic ComputingSemester Hours: 3
The origin, distribution, economic significance and conservation of selected metallic, nonmetallic, and energy resources, and their future development. Includes perspective on financial analysis, economic development and environmental consequences of resource development on an international scale. Most laboratory investigations are based on examples of actual mineral deposits and involves data manipulation and presentation by Visual Basic and intensive Excel spreadsheet processing. These investigations are submitted as short term papers throughout the semester. (2 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory.)
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