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field of geology at my job 
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I've come to the realization that I need to start specializing in a field of geology at my job. Since I work at a university its easy for me to take classes I want to. I've determined I fit in no better place than that of Structural Geology. Always fascinated by large scale geology. However I have only been exposed to a lot of geophysics and haven't had any petrology classes partly because I don't like sitting at a microscope and I struggled really hard just to pass my mineralogy class. I really want to start taking graduate level courses but is it really necessary to take that class? Doesn't geochemistry pretty much replace that old field of study?


Mon Dec 02, 2013 11:03 am
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