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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-159

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160 faculty of natural science Field Classes Classes for Field-work in Geology are held during the session and form an essential part of the course Excursions lasting week to ten days are held in the Easter vacation and field mapping class of three weeks duration in the Summer vacation Students taking the Sc Special degree course are required to submit two field maps of different areas at their Final examination Scientific Organisations Advanced students may wish to become Members of the Geologists' Association Junior Associates of the Geological Society of London or Student Members of the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy These societies exist for the encouragement of research and the publication of new scientific knowledge The Geologists' Association in addition organises field excursions Information about conditions of member- ship may be obtained from any member of the staff Tennant Prizes in Geology The Tennant Prizes one open to students attending the First Year course and one open to students attending the more advanced courses may be awarded for proficiency at the annual examination upon the year's work JOINT SCHOOL OF GEOGRAPHY Geography is taught under an intercollegiate arrangement in the Joint School of Geography at King's College and the London School of Economics The staff of the Joint School includes Prof Buchanan Sc Econ Ph Professor of Geography at the London School of Economics Prof Stamp Lit Sc Professor of Social Geography at the London School of Economics Prof Wooldridge Sc Professor of Geography and Head of the Department at King's College I-B and Sc General lst Session Zj-Physical Basis of Geography Za-Surveying and Map Projections Z3-Elements of Cartography and Map Interpretation 2nd Session Zt-Regional Geography North America Z6-Regional Geography Asia Z4 and Z5 are alternative options z6-Regional Geography Europe -Regional Geography British Isles -Tutorial work at times to be arranged
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