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SCIENCE AND THE WORLD WE LIVE IN I
THE SHAPE AND SURFACE RELIEF OF THE EARTH
THE CHANGING FACE OF THE EARTH
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accumulation activity Antarctica atoms average basaltic basins batholiths beach become beds belt Biotite caldera canyons Carboniferous channel clay climate coal coast continental continued coral core crater crust crystals debris deposits depth desert developed diapiric dome dykes earth earthquake eclogite erosion eruption escarpment example exposed fault feet feldspars flood flow folds gases glacial glaciers granite granitisation ice-sheets igneous ignimbrite illustrated inselberg intrusions islands known lake land later lava layer limestone lower magma mantle marine material metamorphism migmatites miles minerals moraines mountain movements occur ocean floor origin plagioclase plane plateau Pleistocene Precambrian processes reached recognised reefs regions result rheid ridges rise river rocks salt salt domes sand Sandstone schists sea floor sea-level sediments shale side silica slope soil strata stream structure submarine surface temperature Tertiary thickness turbidity currents uplift upper valley varves volcanic waves wind zone