This is the course web page for the Spring 2001 Structural Geology Course at Arizona State University.



Course documents

Information and logistics
Materials and supplies

Lecture related links

Virtual planes and topography assignment

Steve Reynold's pages

Gallery of apparent dips
The Hidden Earth -- Visualizing Subsurface Geology
Arizona Geology 3D
3D Geologic Map Gallery
Gallery of virtual topography


Stereonet 3D from Steve Reynolds. Very cool

Strike and dips

Measuring strike and dips from the University of Calgary

Strain exercise

Strain exercise

Plate tectonics

How to use the Plate Tectonics CD-ROM
Seafloor Topography from David Sandwell, Scripps Institute of Oceanography You are strongly encouraged to look around at the seafloor on these images. The seafloor holds much of the key to understanding plate tectonics.
Southern California Earthquake Center Velocity model Note the distribution of deformation across the plate boundary.
UNAVCO--Measurements of crustal deformation (cool figures)
Reconstructions of the history of the San Andreas fault

GLG 310 Structural Geology Links

Davis and Reynolds Structural Geology of Rocks and regions
Arrowsmith Structural Geology links
Active Tectonics and Earthquakes links
Arizona Earth Sciences
Computers in Geology Course

Information from previous years of this course

Information about the Structural ananalysis (Stereonets and folding for Barnhard Canyon data analysis)
Here are some pictures from Dr. Burt from our Barnhardt Field trip.
Here are a couple more from Jeanne Cox:

Last modified August 22, 2004
Pages maintained by
Ramon Arrowsmith.