Field Camp Information for Non-NMT Students
Qualified students from universities other than New Mexico Tech are welcome to register for the NMT geology field camp. Applicants must have a familiarity with the material taught in physical, historical, structural geology, stratigraphy and petrology, and sound physical condition suitable for active geological fieldwork.
GEOL 480, Field Methods in Earth Science, 6 cr Prerequisites: GEOL 302, 380 and 385. Offered summers (6 weeks)
Collection, processing, and interpretation of field data developed by geologic mapping in sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic terrane. Presentation of geologic reports involving maps, cross sections, and sample data.
Saturday 16th May through Sunday 28th, June 2020. Students should assemble in Socorro on Friday 15th, May preparing to travel to the field on 16th May. The group will return to New Mexico Tech via Albuquerque on 28th June
Application and Registration
To begin the admission process complete and submit the pre-application form at Application. If you are accepted, you will receive instructions for finalizing your enrollment. Submission of this application and acceptance does not assure you of a place in the course.
Enrollment is limited and places in the course will be filled in order of receipt of the non-refundable registration fee of $1,609.92. Students must be approved for admission and submit their registration fee on or before 10th April 2020. The balance of field camp expenses must be paid before 4:00 p.m. on 15th May 2020.
Logistics and Equipment
A New Mexico Tech van will be sent to pick up arrivals at the Albuquerque airport (ABQ) on the evening of Friday, 15th May 2020. The exact time of departure for this van will be announced after travel arrangements for students are known. New Mexico Tech vehicles will provide transportation to and from the field area. Return flights can be arranged for times after 2:00 pm on Sunday, 28th June. Access to dorm rooms on the NMT campus for the nights of 15th and 16th May are available by prior arrangement.
Topographic maps, and geologic compasses will be provided Students must supply their personal gear, sleeping bag, tent, geologic pick, hand lens, notebooks, etc. Approximately five weeks will be spent in dormitories, and one-week camping. Lab fees cover food costs associated with the field camp.
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