Bare Bones Geology: For the Geologically Challenged

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Trafford Publishing, Aug 1, 2006 - Nature - 158 pages
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Bare Bones Geology is a user-friendly book for those who desire some acquaintance with geology: not a technical overload, but a pleasurable introduction to how our Earth works and a bit about its extended past. The book is well-illustrated with 56 photographs and 8 drawings. Twenty-three chapters arrange within three parts: Eyeballing Landscapes, Practical Geology: Coping With Geologic Hazards, and Geology to Stir the Brain. Two chapters in the last part are Asking Dumb Questions in Geology and Answers, and Geological Puzzles: A Selection. The Dumb Questions chapter asks such questions as Why are oceans salty and Did cave men ever slay a dinosaur? Copyright 2003 Alan M. Cvancara.

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