Natural Disasters


(GEOL 125, 3 Credit Hours, Lecture)








A consideration of natural processes such as landslides, volcanic eruptions, storms, floods and earthquakes, that can have disastrous consequences for people in the affected areas. Case histories are used to demonstrate the scientific principles as well as to point out some social issues.

Dr. Clark originated this course at K-State and usually teaches it each semester and in the summer. A sample syllabus is available.

This course may be used to satisfy KSU's requirements for General Education when these take effect in August 1997.

Students enrolled in Natural Disasters may use their current class password to access the syllabus, past quizzes and exams, and visual aids from past lectures through the Natural Disasters Review Page.

G. R. Clark home page


............ e-mail grc@ksu.edu ............ phone (913)532-6724 ............ fax (913)532-5159 ............
George R. Clark II, Department of Geology, Kansas State University, Thompson Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-3201
The special contents of this page are copyright (c) 1996 by George R. Clark II

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