Course Details

Fire, Ice, and Water and the formation of Essex County
This course will begin long ago with the formation of the Canadian Shield and the long periods when this area was covered by the sea under tropical to arctic conditions. The region was then periodically covered by ice, up to more than 2 km in thickness, and meltwater lakes, and as the ice and water retreated, it was occupied by grazing mastodons, mammoths, and other large animals. In this course I will explain why this area is so flat, why the southern portion consists of sand rather than clay, and the origin of the local deposits of salt, oil, and gas. All aboard for a fascinating geological ride. Class Size: Max. 95

Instructor: Alan Trenhaile
BIO NOTE: Alan recently retired after 50 years as a professor in Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Windsor. A popular lecturer and author of numerous publications he applies his expertise to understanding what is beneath where we stand to-day.

Course Info
Course Name Fire, Ice, and Water and the formation of Essex County
Course Cost 25
Total Hours 2
Material Cost 0
Extra Fees 0
Buffet No
Special Notice No
Instructors
Instructor
  • Alan Trenhaile

Class Location
Campus
Name of LocationONLINE Zoom Course
AddressA Zoom Meeting Link will be emailed to you before the class starts, ,

Schedule
Date Start Time End Time
2021-11-01 02:00 PM 04:00 PM