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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-157

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158 FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCE GEOLOGY Head of the Department Professor James Haward Taylor Ph Students taking the Sc Special Degree in Geology are required to take two anoillary subjects These may be chosen from Physics Chemistry Biology Botany Zoology Mathematics Geography At least one must come from the first five and Biology must not be offered with Botany or Zoology The examination in one ancillary subject must be taken at the end of the first year and that in the other at the end of the second year The final examination in Geology is taken in two parts-Part at the end of the second year and Part II at the end of the third year First Year Arts and Science Course Sc General- Part Sc Special and Ancillary to Sc Special and Honours Geography -Physical Geology hr The larger surface features of the Earth Processes of weathering denudation and deposition The cycle of erosion Vulcanicity and earth movements Structural geology Nature origin and occurrence of sedimentary igneous and metamorphic rocks Elementary economic geology Zj-Mineralogy and Petrology hr Elements of Crystallography the common crystal forms and combinations Principles of crystallographic notation and stereographic projection Elementary Mineralogy the physical properties including atomic structure chemical composition and modes of occurrence of the commoner minerals Principles of the determination of rock- forming minerals by microscopic examination Ζ -Historical Geology hr The principles of the interpretation of rock-successions-the geological systems as developed in Great Britain their lithology fauna and distribution Z4-Practical Geology hrs The interpretation of simple geological maps The study of crystals and crystal models Examination and identification of common minerals and rocks in hand specimens and sections under the micro- scope The study of common invertebrate fossils Ancillary to Sc Special Chemistry Zj Zj z3 as above Z4-Practical Geology hrs As above but with special emphasis on chemical and economic aspects
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