Students will go on a field excursion of three days and two nights in the middle of September to observe and learn volcanoes, active faults, and geological structures．
The objectives of this course are to experience and understand field experiments and observations and geological surveys that are useful in Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Students will visit large research facilities and museums concerning astronomy and geology, and learn widely the Earth and Space Sciences.
Volcanoes, faults, fold structures, an astronomical observatory, seismology
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
This course involves a field excursion for three days in September.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Students who are going to take this course should attend an orientation meeting on April 10 (12:30) or April 12 (12:30) at Room 112 in the South Building 5.||Understand details of field excursion|
Students' course scores are based on reports and questions and answers in the class.
Students who are going to take this course should attend an orientation meeting on April 10 or 12 and field information session in early May.
Students who cannot participate in neither orientation meeting, please contact Ishikawa.
Observations are very important for Earth and Planetary Sciences.
This course will give you an opportunity to see volcanoes, active faults, and geological units, and to visit famous and large facilities on astronomy and seismology.
In case of cancellation after July, fees except for bus and reservation fees will be refunded.