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Rumble in the Jungle

Come see a diversified group of animals from across the globe.

When:
April 1, 2012 6:00pm
Where:
Loma Linda University Church
Cost:
Free Admission

Bugs, Bugs, and More Bugs...

Come see a diversified group of animals from across the globe.

When:
April 1, 2012 6:00pm
Where:
Loma Linda University
Cost:
Free Admission
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Earth and Biological Sciences > Geology (BS, MS & PhD)

the program

The Department of Earth and Biological Sciences geology program offers a master of science degree in geology and a bachelor of science degree in geology. The field-oriented aspects of geology are emphasized. Faculty research in this program focuses on sedimentology, paleontology, paleoenvironmental reconstruction, paleoecology, paleobotany, and taphonomy. Areas of curriculum emphasis include sedimentary geology, paleontology, and environmental geology. Students will be given broad training in sedimentary geology as well as paleontology.

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New Bahama Iguana Conservation Center

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Where's Loanis Going?

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