Geology and Natural History of Hawaii

Geology and Natural History of Hawaii

Course Number: GEO X460.6

3 units

During this five-day course based on the Big Island of Hawaii, participants explore active volcanoes, living coral reefs, black sand beaches and the fascinating human history of the Hawaiian Islands. Investigate how volcanism, earthquakes, tsunamis and human habitation continue to shape this tropical wonderland. Emphasis is on Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and to the Kilauea Volcano, the most active volcano in the world. No previous background in geology is required.


No Prerequisites for this course

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