This is a comprehensive, in-depth study of mathematics for geography and the earth sciences. It is suitable for beginning and baccalaureate students in several fields.
What does this book cover?
Mathematics for Earth Science and Geography: Introductory Course with Practical Exercises and R/Xcas Resources (Springer Textbooks in Earth Sciences, Geography and Environment) is a great textbook for baccalaureate level students beginning academic careers in the environmental or geographic sciences. It includes both theoretical and applied mathematical concepts, and relates them to the earth sciences directly.
Mathematics for Earth Science and Geography comes with many important resources, such as:
About the Authors
Sandrine Bodin-Fleurant has 15 years of teaching experience, mostly university level CS, probability, statistics, algebra and calculus. She has been a regional school inspector for mathematics for 5 years. Professor Cyril Fleurant got his PhD in quantitative hydrology, and has studied at both MinesParisTech and University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris).
Mathematics for Earth Science and Geography puts their expertise in your hands, giving you the maths you’ll need to thrive in the earth sciences.