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  North Seattle Community College's
PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 101
Instructor:  Tom Braziunas

  Video Lessons

The video lessons for the course are listed below.  If you have a fast connection (56K modem, DSL, Cable or Broadband), click on the link to videostream the lesson on your computer.  Otherwise, you can rent the entire series of videotapes for the quarter or watch them for free in the North Seattle Community College's Media Center (located in the campus library).

Videostreaming requires the Windows Media Player.  If you do not already have this player, click on the "Windows" image to link to a Microsoft web site for a free download.

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Except for the video materials from the lab kit, the following video lessons comprise a video series which was produced under the auspices of the Annenberg/CPB Project.  Copyright (1992) by Intelecom.

NOTE:  WE WILL SEE THE VIDEOS IN A DIFFERENT ORDER THAN THEY ARE LABELED.  PLEASE CHECK THROUGH THE VIDEOS AHEAD OF TIME TO MATCH THEM WITH THE SEQUENCE OF LESSONS BELOW.

Video Lesson #1:  Down to Earth
Video Lesson #2:  The Restless Planet
Video Lesson #3:  Minerals:  The Materials of Earth
Video Lesson #4:  Volcanism
Video Lesson #5:  Intrusive Igneous Rocks
Video Lesson #6Weathering and Soils
Video Lesson #7Sedimentary Rocks:  The Key to Past Environments
Video Lesson #8Metamorphic Rocks
Video Lesson #9Geologic Time
Video Lesson #10Evolution Through Time (optional)
Video Lesson #11: Mountain Building
Video Lesson #12Earth's Structures
Video Lesson #13Earthquakes
Video Lesson #14Earth's Interior
Video Lesson #15The Sea Floor
Video Lesson #16The Birth of a Theory
Video Lesson #17Plate Dynamics
Video Lesson #18Mass Wasting (optional)
Video Lesson #19:  Glaciers (optional)

 

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