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Field Trip One

Dates: April 2 and 4

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Field Trip Leaders: Sergey Goretoy, Clemson University

This trip will examine the geological transition from the Piedmont to the Blue Ridge. Notable features to be examined include the Clemson ultramafic body, rocks of the Clemson nappe, Seneca Fault, rocks of the Walhalla nappe, Estatoe fault, Brevard zone, and possibly Tallulah Dome if time allows. This trip is designed to accomodate those who have been on the Chattooga trip or are looking for a roadside geology experience. Some walking ability is needed to experience all of the stops.

Field Trip Two

Dates: April 2, 4, and 18

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Field Trip Leaders: Scott Brame, Clemson University

This trip is a riverside examination of the features that are responsible for the geomorphology and resulting landforms found along the Chattooga River. This trip requires the partipant to be in very good physical condition. You should be capable of paddling 4 miles and walking 1 mile on an uneven trail.


All field trips are approved for 8 CECs.

Upon registering, you will receive more information via email as well as updates about weather conditions the week before the trip.

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Last Updated: January 6, 2012 -- Questions or comments, contact Scott Brame.
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