Dictionary of the Earth

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Dorling Kindersley, Mar 1, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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A cross-referenced volume provides concise definitions of more than two thousand words and concepts while offering examples of how each word is used in context, enabling young readers to become familiar with the fundamental principles of earth science

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Contents

theodolites to measure distance More about
8
Data handling
20
Pictures from above
26
galaxies each containing billions of stars like The Sol3f SYSWIKI
32
he Earth is surrounded
37
Inside the Earth
40
Eartlfls Plate tectonics
46
which we live up to
52
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107
SOIL 130133
130
40
134
TPIE LIVING WORLD 158 165
158
n THE HUMAN IMPACT 166179
166
44
170
Inge
180
Soil Profile pages 130131
182

Mountain building
64
THE AGE OF THE EARTH 667
66
ROCKS St MINERALS SO97
82
THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE 98129
98
46
183
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
192
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John Farndon and Rob Beattie

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