What's the most chad science and why is it geology?
Ohhhhhhh snap, dolphin fuckers BTFO desu senpai
Did you specialize or are planning to go Graduate?
I'm working on my BSc Geology then a follow up with an MSc Hydrology.
Got any job offers yet? Mug logger? Core taker? I'm hoping to get into ground water/hydroelectric when I finish.
BA Geology - I like looking at rocks and using crayons on paper :p
BSc Geology/Geophysics - I shoot lasers into rocks and bore wells to find minerals/metals/indication of oil.
I'm accepted into MSc program. I'm gonna do hydrology with emphasis in geochem because I like using the ICPMS machine.
HURR DURR I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT BUT EVERYBODY ELSE IS A RETARD
Lel why would a MA in geology or biology even exist. Outside of the north america, these are always MS. American colleges really dumb down their programs to allow more dindus and womyn to enter. Greedy as fuck.
Imma dump thin sections, best part of geology to be honest family.
Sorry senpai, I'm posting from my phone. In general, anything with zebra twins are plagioclase, anything shattered and bright is likely an olivine/pyroxene, anything grayish is probably quartz.
One of my favorites. This one is a mantle rock called peridotite. All that olivine is making me hard.
Last one before I have to go to class. A metamorphosed peridotite. This guy was found in a shear zone so the little ovals are from partial melting and recrystallization.