New technologies has given us many different ways to examine the Earth. For example, we can penetrate deep into the interior of our planet and effectively X-ray its internal structure. With this technology comes an increased awareness of how our planet is continually changing and a fresh awareness of how fragile it is. Designed for the introductory Physical Geology course found in Geology, Earth Science, Geography, or Physical Science departments, Dynamic Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology clearly presents Earth's dynamic geologic systems with their many interdependent and interconnected components. It provides comprehensive coverage of the two major energy systems of Earth: the plate tectonic system and the hydrologic cycle. The text fulfills the needs of professors by offering current content and a striking illustration package, while exposing students to the global view of Earth and teaching them to view the world as geologists.... I Krasner, W. Kenneth Hamblin, Professor and Director of PhD Program University of North Carolina College of Health ... www.jblearning.com Jones aamp; Bartlett Learning books and products are available through most bookstores and onlineanbsp;...
|Author||:||Eric H. Christiansen, Queens College/CUNY Burton E Tropp, Glendale Community College Jeffrey C Pommerville, Professor Emeritus (Late Of) Providence College Robert I Krasner, W. Kenneth Hamblin, Professor and Director of PhD Program University of North Carolina College of Health and Human Services Department of Public Health Charlotte North Carolina L Michele Issel, Associate Professor of Geological Sciences Brigham Young University Provo Utah Eric Christiansen|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2014-02-01|