"The book is designed primarily for undergraduate students across a range of disciplines including geology, earth sciences, geography, environmental sciences, and planetary sciences. It is an equally valuable source for volcanologists, senior scientists in other disciplines, and scientifically-trained volcano enthusiasts."--BOOK JACKET.
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Volcanoes in their global setting Plate Tectonics
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