By Ari Ben-Menahem, Sarva Jit Singh
By Keiiti Aki
This re-creation of the vintage textual content via Aki and Richards has ultimately been up-to-date all through to systematically clarify key recommendations in seismology. Now in a single quantity, the ebook presents a unified remedy of seismological equipment that would be of use to complicated scholars, seismologists, and scientists and engineers operating in all components of seismology. For the 1st time, this try comes in paperback.
By Vincent Robitaille, Denis Tremblay
By John Gordon, Roger Crofts' 'Alan McKirdy
Scotland is justly famed for its outstanding surroundings of mountains, lochs, islands, wild rocky areas and sandy shorelines. All this is often proof of an exhilarating geographical heritage which started 3,500 million years in the past and continues to be carrying on with. The sheer variety of Scotland's landforms are the actual reminders of a desirable trip via time. They demonstrate that the land that makes up Scotland this present day has travelled the area, and has now not continuously even belonged to 1 unmarried continental landmass. In Land of Mountain and Flood 3 eminent Earth scientists clarify Scotland's position within the geological historical past of the planet, unravelling and explaining the present-day panorama and the way it got here to be how it is. Containing an array of exact info provided in transparent, understandable language and stronger all through with specifically commissioned illustrations, diagrams and pictures, this can be an important publication for an individual drawn to the area round them.
As essentially the most largely available development fabrics to be had to guy, traditional stone has been in broad use for plenty of centuries. It it's a significant factor, and in locations the one one, of synthetic buildings internationally, and its homes, purposes, and behaviour over lengthy sessions of time represent a narrative that's virtually unbelievably compleX'. vital parts of the tale are defined and interrelated during this quantity. That the eX'posed elements of the earth's crust supply a substantial number of rock varieties is clear to any considerate observer. To the geologist falls the duty of characterizing and eX'plaining this style, yet many other forms of experts who're taken with the industrial use of stone even have a vital stake within the topic. From quarryman to mason, from architect to structural engineer, and definitely from customer to destiny observer, there's compelling curiosity within the nature, visual appeal, and sturdiness of 1 stone in comparison with one other, or of stone compared with another fabric. Small ask yourself, then, that a lot has been written at the topic, and that various facets of industrial stone and its houses have appealed to a bunch of investigators.
By Maurice E. Tucker
A realistic quantity that describes how the good points of sedimentary rocks will be recorded within the box, quite throughout the building of image logs. Discusses such specific features of sedimentary rocks as lithology, texture, sedimentary buildings, fossils and paleocurrents, with emphasis on what positive aspects to appear for and the way to degree and verify them for later environmental and strategy interpretation of facies, facies sequences, and facies institutions.
By A. H. F. Robertson, M. P. Searle, A. C. Ries
By Joe D. Burchfield
"Anyone attracted to geologic time, and that are meant to contain all geologists and a good smattering of biologists, physicists and chemists, should still make Burchfield's commendable and time-tested quantity a part of their own library"—Brent Darymple, Quartely evaluation of Biology