Suchergebnis: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2021

Erdwissenschaften Master Information
Vertiefung in Mineralogy and Geochemistry
Wahlpflichtmodule Mineralogy und Geochemistry
Innerhalb der Majors Mineralogy and Geochemistry sind mindestens zwei Wahlpflichtmodule zu absolvieren.
Mineralogy and Petrology
Mineralogy and Petrology: Obligatorische Fächer
Die obligatorischen Kurse dieses Moduls finden im Herbstsemester statt.
Mineralogy and Petrology: Wahlpflichtfächer
651-4030-00LCrystalline Geology of the Alps Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Findet dieses Semester nicht statt.
W3 KP2GNoch nicht bekannt
KurzbeschreibungGeology of the Central Alps with an emphasis on the Alpine-metamorphic Penninic domain between the External massifs and the Insubric line. Focus: Alpine tectonics, deformation history and metamorphosis.
LernzielUnderstanding the Alpine tectonics, the Geological history incl. deformation and metamorphic history of the central part of the Alps.
InhaltGeographical overview; tectonic units and their relationship; deformation; metamorphosis; deep structure; evolution and geological history from Permian to Oligocene based on observation at three localities: Valmalenco, Cimalunga unit, Bergell intrusion.
SkriptNo script, but a lot of maps and profiles drawn at the blackboard.
101-0302-00LClays in Geotechnics: Problems and ApplicationsW3 KP2GM. Plötze
KurzbeschreibungThis course gives a comprehensive introduction in clay mineralogy, properties, characterising and testing methods as well as applied aspects and problems of clays and clay minerals in geotechnics.
LernzielUpon successful completion of this course the student is able to:
- Describe clay minerals and their fundamental properties
- Describe/propose methods for characterisation of clays and clay minerals
- Draw conclusion about specific properties of clays with a focus to their potential use, problematics and things to consider in geotechnics and engineering geology.
Inhalt- Introduction to clays and clay minerals (importance and application in geosciences, industry and everyday life)
- Origin of clays (formation of clays and clay minerals, geological origin)
- Clay mineral structure, classification and identification incl. methods for investigation (e.g., XRD)
- Properties of clay materials, characterisation and quantification incl. methods for investigation (e.g., cation exchange, rheology, plasticity, shearing, swelling, permeability, retardation and diffusion)
- Clay Minerals in geotechnics: Problems and applications (e.g. soil mechanics, barriers, slurry walls, tunnelling)
SkriptLecture slides and further documents will be provided.
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