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Download Visualizing Geology [With Access Code] - Barbara W. Murck
Visualizing Geology [With Access Code]

Offering a visually engaging approach, this book helps readers become "geologically literate" with a sound understanding of basic geologic processes and the environmental ramifications of Earth's systems. It introduces plate tectonics early and incorporates numerous illustrations and photos to make the difficult concepts easier to comprehend. Readers will also benefit from the structured and effective format and accessible writing style.

Author: Barbara W. Murck
Pages: 524 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 24.87 Mb
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