Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Computers - 670 pages
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Intended for undergraduate courses in physical geology, this volume contains a new supplements package, a text-dedicated Website, and the GEODe III CD-ROM. It includes comtemporary coverage of geologic events, illustrations, special interest boxes (reorganized to reflect three themes - Earth systems, people and the environment, and understanding Earth) intended to provide students with a real-world context to apply the material they are learning, and common student questions and answers.

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User Review  - Kaylynn Johnsen - Goodreads

It has been over 25 years since I had a science class, but my love of learning never ends. My nephew William took this class and thought I might like this textbook because I love rocks. It was informative and easy to navigate. I even learned some new things. Read full review

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Selected to represent two different college courses, one at Metro State and one at CU. Date is approximate. Read full review

Contents

U nit Introduction 2 Budget of a Glacier
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Q A View of Earth
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Ihapterl Chapter
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Tarbuck-Illinois Central College

Lutgens-Illinois Central College

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