492-Systems: Tectonic & Hydrologic - Field Study Observations & Interpretations - Part 2
By: Michael A. Benoist, PE, CSEP
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The main objective of this course is to show how tectonic and hydrologic systems can be studied in the field by observations and interpretations.
This course demonstrates how tectonic and hydrologic systems have shaped our landscapes of today. Based on my field study observations and interpretations, this course attempts to recreate the petrogenesis of the Cumberland Valley dike over the last 540 million years. Petrogenesis is the branch of study under petrology that covers a rocks origin and its past. The Cumberland Valley dike is composed of the igneous rock ‒ diabase.
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