2015 Summer Geology Field Camp
Friday, January 30 is the application deadline for UO students (see below).
The UO Summer Geology Field Camp is taught as three 2-week courses, taught in central Oregon and southwestern Montana.
Summer 2015 Course Sequence:
3. July 16-31: GEOL 406 Field Studies – Field Mapping & Paleontology is taught in two locations: (a) SW Montana with Sammy Castonguay; and (b) Central Oregon with Ray Weldon and Samantha Hopkins (4 credits; $600 course fee).
Here is a daily schedule for Field Camp 2015.
Students who need a full 6-week field camp to satisfy their degree requirements will want to take all three of the above courses. Students with other degree requirements may take one or two courses, with the restriction that Parts 2 and 3 must be taken together (no exceptions). Graduate-level credit (GEOL 606) is also available for graduate students.
Course fees listed above are charged in addition to University tuition and fees. Here are the 2015 Tuition and Fees rates. Students might get some break on the course fees because the Department often awards partial scholarships to UO majors. Additional costs will include meals on days off, lunches in Dillon, Montana, and any other personal expenses.
The first course will start with an organizational meeting at 9:00 a.m. Wednesday June 17 in Cascade Hall, room 200. The group will return to Eugene July 31.
To Apply, please complete one or more of the following applications. If you plan to take more than one 2-week section, just fill in one application and indicate on it which sections you intend to take. Remember, Parts 2 and 3 must be taken together.
- GEOL 406 or 606 (4 credits) Volcanology and Active Faulting
GEOL 406 or 606 (4 credits) Structural Geology
- GEOL 406 or 606 (4 credits) Field Mapping & Paleontology
and send them to: Marli Miller, Field Camp Coordinator, Dept. of Geological Sciences, 1272 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 97403.
The application deadline for UO students is January 30, 2015. Once you are accepted, you will need to send us a non-refundable deposit ($50 per course) by April 1. Late-comers will be considered on a space-available basis.
Here is an Equipment List of the things you will need for this course.