by Franco Pirajno - Science - 2000 - 556 pages - Limited preview
This book discusses the controls and consequences that processes in the Earth's mantle have on mineralising events in the crust.
by Anthony M Evans - 2005 - Limited preview
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by David D. Pollard, Raymond C. Fletcher - Science - 2005 - 500 pages - Limited preview
This book offers a modern quantitative approach to structural geology for advanced students and researchers in structural geology and tectonics.
by Frank H. T. Rhodes, Raymond Perlman - Science - 2001 - 160 pages - Limited preview
This informative guide covers the five billion years of history that have given the earth its present form, including: The earth's relation to the rest of the universeThe rocks andminerals of which it is madeThe effects of glaciers, gravity,...
by Myron G. Best - Science - 2003 - 729 pages - Limited preview
Advances in geochemistry, geochronology, and geophysics, as well as the appearance of new analytical tools, have all contributed to new ways of thinking about the origin and evolution ofmagmas, and the processes driving metamorphism.This book is...
by Anthony M. Evans - Technology & Engineering - 1997 - 364 pages - Limited preview
Introduction to Economic Geology and Its Environmental Impact covers oil, coal, water and nuclear fuels, as well as economically important ores and bulk minerals.
by Rachel Laudan - Science - 1987 - 278 pages - Limited preview
In From Mineralogy to Geology, Rachel Laudan presents a challenging alternative view.
by Robert V. Demicco, George J. Klir - Science - 2003 - 347 pages - Limited preview
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by Frederic Gladstone Bell - Technology & Engineering - 2007 - 581 pages - Limited preview
Engineering Geology introduces the fundamentals of the discipline and ensures that engineers have a clear understanding of the processes at work, and how they will impact on what is to bebuilt.
by James Hutton - Science - 2004 - 84 pages - Limited preview
WE have found, that there is not in this globe (as a planet revolving in the solar system) any power or motion adapted to the purpose now in view; nor, were there such a power, could amass of simply collected materials have continued any...