Crustal Rheology

Structural Geology

Geology in the Field

Field School I

Physics and Geology of Earthquakes



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EPSC551: Crustal Rheology

This course covers a range of topics in rock deformation and structural geology, with an emphasis on short- and long- term deformation of the crust, the earthquake cycle, introduction to rheologic models and the development of the crustal strength curve.

Course website (fall 2014)


EPSC240: Geology in the Field

Web site for Geology in the Field (fall 2015) - email me with questions.


EPSC203: Structural Geology

This foundational class is required for the Earth Sciences majors at McGill and is usually taught in Winter semester.

Visit the course website for more information. Contact me with any questions: christie.rowe[at]mcgill.ca


EPSC231: Field School I

Field School 1 is held in Nevada/California. Details on the course website

EPSC550: Physics and Geology of Earthquakes

This course, for graduate students and motivated undergraduates, is offered occasionally (let us know if you want it!) In 2013 it was co-taught by Yajing Liu and Christie Rowe. This class will give you an introduction to the wide world of earthquakes and the methods used to study them. Fundamental mechanics of faulting and earthquakes will be explored from theoretical, observational and numerical perspectives.

Course website (winter 2013)




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