This book avoids complex mathematical theory. It is a guide not just for beginning geology and earth science students, but for the non-specialist as well.
What does this book cover?
Introducing Tectonics, Rock Structures and Mountain Belts (Introducing Earth and Environmental Sciences) looks at the broad theories underlying the ways the earth changes and reforms itself without a heavy reliance on mathematics. This makes it easily approachable for both beginning students a and for non-specialists who wish to learn the basics of the earth sciences.
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About the Authors
Graham Park is based at the University of Keele where he serves as the Emeritus Professor of Tectonic Theory. He is the author of Introducing Geology, which kicked off the immensely popular Introducing… series. His other works include The Lewisian 2021: Britain’s Oldest Rocks, Mountains: The Origins of the Earth’s Mountain Systems and Breakthroughs in Geology.
Here, he has delivered another masterpiece work, making the complex topic of plate tectonics easily approachable for all readers.
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