2019W T2 (May 2020) : Oliver Field School - Friday May 01 to Sunday May 24
There are 4 separate fees for this course:
Course Registration Fee - payable to Enrollment Services
Special Fee ($832.32) - payable to Enrollment Services before Jan 31, 2019
Field School Meal Plan ($625.00) - Payable to the EOAS Main Office (ESB 2020) after Jan 31, 2020
Field School Course pack ($200.00) - Payable to the EOAS Main Office (ESB 2020) after Jan 31, 2020
The area mapped by students at the Oliver field school contains sedimentary, igneous (volcanic and plutonic), and metamorphic rocks with a complex 3D geometry reflecting both primary sedimentological and igneous processes, and the overprinting effects of deformation and metamorphism. Because of this, we highly recommend that students complete all of EOSC 320, 321, 322, and 323 before attending the Oliver field school.
Spring 2018: Kenneth Hickey (Director), James Scoates, Matthijs Smit
Geological Field Techniques, 2010, Dr Angela L. Coe (Ed), Wiley-Blackwell, pp 336. ISBN: 978-1-4443-3062-5
Boggs, S. Principles of Sedimentology and Stratigraphy. ISBN-13: 9780131547285 (textbook for EOSC 320).
An introduction to Structural Geology and Tectonics. Van der Pluijm and Marshak. 1997 (out of print, but a custom course package incorporating much of this book is available at the UBC bookstore for $30.65).
Shell Mapping Prizes
Each year Shell Canada Limited awards four undergraduate prizes for Excellence in Geological Field Work at the Oliver Field School. Recent recipients of those awards are listed below;
May 2019 (2018W academic year)
May 2018 (2017W academic year)
May 2017 (2016W academic year)
Maximillian Van Wyk de Vries
May 2016 (2015W academic year)
May 2015 (2014W academic year)
May 2014 (2013W academic year)
The Mike Casselman Memorial Award
This award honours the legacy of Mike Casselman, a passionate exploration geologist, brilliant mapper, and a strong believer in valuing and preserving the environment along with finding a mineral resource. The recipient(s) is chosen based on their academic performance during Field School, with preference going towards those demonstrating a passion for mapping and a real commitment to supporting their fellow students. Recent recipients of this award are listed below;