Structural Geology Laboratory
The Structural Geology Laboratory is located on the 4th floor of the Earth Science Building (4-10). It is used for the analysis of samples, maps and geophysical data from deformed sedimentary basins. It contains fixed and mobile computing facilities including field computers, a two-monitor PC with digitizing tablet, running seismic workstation software, Arc/GIS, and other programs for geophysical and structural analysis and interpretation. Also, a flatbed scanner attached to a power Macintosh is available, with both computer platforms able to share files through network connections. The Lab also contains Nikon petrographic microscope facilities with a digital camera. Standard field instruments are available for collecting orientation data and GPS locations.
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