Structural Geology: A Quantitative Introduction was designed to give students a solid understanding of the physical principles and mathematics which inform the science of geology.
What does this book cover?
Structural Geology: A Quantitative Introduction is the perfect textbook for a single-semester course in introductory structural geography at the undergraduate level. It will give students everything they need to enter into a graduate program in structural geography or a related field.
Just a few of the skills readers of Structural Geology: A Quantitative Introduction will learn include:
About the Authors
Professor Stephen J Martel teaches at the University of Hawaii. He did his PhD work at Stanford, and has taught Geology and Geophysics for nearly 30 years. Dr David D Pollard is Stanford University’s Professor Emeritus in Geology. Both men are Fellows of the Geological Society of America.
Structural Geology: A Quantitative Introduction is a solid guide to using quantitative methods to explore and improve our understanding of the structures of the world around us.