21 courses found which satisfy the condition "Geology".
Geomechanics is a branch of geology to deal with the laws of crustal structures and crustal movement. It deals with structural phenomena in different scales from microstructure to lithosphere texture. It deals with the mechanical properties of structural features, divides generation ang order of structural features, establishes structural systems and structural patterns, study distributional and evolutional laws of global tectonic systems and structural stress field for different structural patterns, analyzes the compound and combined types of structural systems, discusses the form and direction of crustal movement according to the distributional lows of global structural systems and their structural stress fields and sums up the origin of crustal movement and tectonic force. The application of geomechanics to mineral exploration,engineering geology and geohydrology as well as seismic geology are also the main contents of geomechanics.
Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology
The Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology is a synthesize curriculum ,including the Sedimentary ,the physical Geology ,the old Climatology ,the Palaeoantology the Newtectonism ,the Geology Chronology and so on. The basic knowledge of geology is its main parts. The Quaternary Geology is a discipline which studies the sediment, biology ,climate ,stratigraphy ,neotectiontic movement and history development regularity of the Earth’s crust about two or three million years .The Geomorphology is a discipline which studies the surface form, feature ,factor ,distribution and so on. Both the Geomorphology and the Quaternary Geology look on the surface natural environment and their evolution history as their research object. They also study identical problem from distinct angle. Their research results are mutually supplement and very intimate with a lot of theories and practical application values.
Origin, diagenesis and geochemistry of sediments and sedimentary rocks.
Geochemistry is essential reading for all earth science students, as well as for researchers and applied scientists who require an introduction to the essential theory of geochemistry, and a survey of its applications in the earth and environmental sciences.
Mineralogy and Crystallography
Introduction to crystallography, physical and chemical properties of minerals. Recognition and identification of common minerals.
Analysis and interpretation of natural deformation.Studies of natural deformation using advanced techniques.
Engineering Geology and Hydrologic Geology
Introduction to Earth Science
An introduction to physical geology
Principles of Geophysics
Principles of Geophysics," is to introduce graduate students and advanced undergraduates to the broad spectrum of knowledge that can be obtained by the application of basic principles of physics and mathematics to the study of the earth. Important aspects of the earth's evolution, structure, and dynamic processes will be discussed.
Fundation of Geology
Marine Geology is a course in which the material compositions, formation and evolution of lithosphere covered with sea water at present and the formation and distribution of mineral resources are introduced, studying the geological phenomena in the view of Oceanography. Development of oceanography is with understanding, utilizing exploring and protecting the ocean in which marine geology is necessary for mankind.
Paleontology and Historical Geology
Assessment of the geological impact of life both before and after the advent of hard skeletons. Fossilization processes; skeletal composition and structure; numerical taxonomy; bioerosion; biostratigraphy; and paleobiogeography in the context of plate tectonics.
Geomorphology is the study of solid Earth’s surface features. Some workers in clued the landforms of other terrestrial-type planets and satellites in the Solar System within the scope of geomorphology. Geomorphology investigates landforms and the processes that fashion them, with chapters on weathering and related landforms, hillslopes, fluvial landscapes, karst landscapes, glacial and glaciofluvial landscapes, periglacial landscapes, aeolian landscapes, leoss landforms, coastal landscapes, Plate tectonics and landscapes, folded landscapes, faulted landscapes, and volcanic landscapes.
Experiment of General Chemistry
"Experiment of general chem. is a course of general experiment for the freshman student, including the general knowledge of experiment , safety rules, quantitative analysis, qualitative preparation and instrumental analysis,etc.
This course is a kind of outline course and concisely introduces all the basic principles and concepts of modern chemistry that undergraduates need to know. This course covers the following two major areas: Chemical principles and Chemical theories. The former introduces states of matter, chemical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics and chemical equilibrium (acid-base, precipitation, coordination, redox). The latter introduces the structures of atom, molecular and crystal.
General Physics Lab
This course is to let the students study the basic thoretical knowledge, basic experimental methods and techniques of physics by making a series of experiments, to improve their capability of carrying out physics exeriment.
This two-term general physics course includes mechanics, heat, electromagnetics, optics and modern physics. We have stressed those basic concepts and principles that are common to both classical and quantum physics. To deepen understanding of physics knowledge, we have included numerous applications of physics in engineer, technology, biomedical science, and familiar everyday phenomena. We encourage teachers to select teaching materials to be guided by their own interest and circumstances and some topics in relativistic and quantum physics are always included.
C Language Programming
The basic concepts, theories and essential methods of the course are an important part of students’ scientific accomplishment and play an important role in improving talented people's scientific quality, which cannot be substituted by other courses.This course enables students to grasp the elementary knowledge of mechanics, thermodynamics, electromagnetism, wave and optics and modern physics. It provides a basis for the work they will do after graduation in the fields of technology, management and scientific research.