Geological Mapping and fieldwork practicals

A.Y. 2020/2021
9
Max ECTS
100
Overall hours
SSD
GEO/02 GEO/03 GEO/07 GEO/09
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Making judgements: The students will be trained to collect and elaborate field and laboratory data, evaluating the uncertainty on their results
Communication skills. The students will be trained to communicate their results to the final users, in the form of maps and reports, making use of the proper softwares.
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding: The students will learn to survey and interpret geological maps, and to elaborate geological cross-sections and reports.
Applying knowledge and understanding: The students will be trained to a professional approach to basic geological mapping in view of any application to civil engineering, environmental, planning and energetic issues.
Communication skills. The students will be trained to communicate their results to the final users, in the form of maps and reports, making use of the proper softwares.
Learning skills: The students will acquire the basic knowledge in order to be able to upgrade to specialistic skills, both in pure and applied research and professional applications.
Course syllabus and organization

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Lesson period
First semester
Fieldwork practicals
GEO/02 - STRATIGRAPHY AND SEDIMENTOLOGY - University credits: 0
GEO/03 - STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY - University credits: 0
GEO/07 - PETROLOGY AND PETROGRAPHY - University credits: 0
GEO/09 - MINING RESOURCES, MINERALOGIC AND PETROGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE - University credits: 0
Field activity: 36 hours
Shifts:
Attività Alternativa
Professor: Tartarotti Paola
Didattica Obbligatoria di Terreno
Professors: Berra Fabrizio, Poli Stefano, Tartarotti Paola, Zanoni Davide
Geological Mapping
GEO/02 - STRATIGRAPHY AND SEDIMENTOLOGY - University credits: 0
GEO/03 - STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY - University credits: 0
GEO/07 - PETROLOGY AND PETROGRAPHY - University credits: 0
GEO/09 - MINING RESOURCES, MINERALOGIC AND PETROGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE - University credits: 0
Practicals: 48 hours
Lessons: 16 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
Monday, 10.30-12.30
Via Mangiagalli 34, II floor
Reception:
Monday, 12.30 - 13.30
Via Botticelli 23, Milano
Reception:
Thursday h: 15-17; Friday h: 10-12
Teacher's Office, via Mangiagalli, 34