Earth: Portrait of a Planet




      Earth: Portrait of a Planet
Earth Portrait of a Planet revolutionized the study of geology by integrating traditional geological concepts with the most recent theoretical advances in geology, including theories of plate tectonics and earth systems science Adopted at over 300 schools worldwide, this innovative text has quickly become the best selling introductory text in the field.Retaining the core strengths of the First and Second Editions, the Third Edition has been meticulously revised, adding engaging new material and learning tools Additionally, the Third Edition features the most effective and current multimedia tools available for instructors and students. Free Download [ Earth: Portrait of a Planet ] by [ Stephen Marshak ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 909 pages
  • Earth: Portrait of a Planet
  • Stephen Marshak
  • 15 April 2019
  • 0393640132

10 thoughts on “ Earth: Portrait of a Planet

  1. Victoria Engström says:

    Perfect for anyone who is into geology and nature geography.

  2. Xander says:

    A decent introduction to geology as a science As always with these books it is crammed with facts, most of its contents are repeated throughout the book in different forms text, illustrations, examples case studies, etc and not all of the material is equally useful and or interesting.I used this book primarily as additional source material when I was studying evolutionary theory back in 2016 Evolution, especially in its earliest forms Darwin, Huxley, etc was intertwined with geology an A decent introduction to geology as a science ...

  3. Pearse Anderson says:

    Well I am so glad I bought the fourth edition instead of the fifth they are essentially the same but had a MASSIVE price difference This textbook was skimmed by me, mostly, for GEOL 120, but it really helped solidify ideas from ...

  4. Stan says:

    Did you know that those striking mountains rimming Yosemite Valley are the remnants of lava frozen within volcanoes, seen now because the volcanoes themselves have eroded away Or that much of California is the result of island chains smacking into the west coast of North America and sticking Or that the Himalayas rose because India collided with Asia in the remote past This book describes those events and manyI am proud to have finished this 800 pager, ostensibly a college textbook, bu Did you know that those striking mountains rimming Yosemite Valley are the remnants of lava frozen within volcanoes, seen now because the volcanoes themselves have eroded away Or that much of California is the result of island chains smacking into the west coast of North America and sticking Or that the Himalayas rose because India collided with Asia in the remote past This book describes those events and manyI am proud to have finished this 800 pager, ostensibly a college textbook, but to tell the truth, I found it endlessly fascinating Marshak has ...

  5. Michael Cayley says:

    This is a superb and substantial book covering all major aspects of geology and geomorphology Each section is self contained so there is no need to read from cover to cover A mass of photos and diagrams support the text Explanations are comprehensible to readers with little previous knowledge, and a glossary helps with any unfamiliar ter...

  6. Hildur says:

    Really good At the beginning of every chapter it starts by giving out really basic information on its subject and then slowly gets intocomplicated things so that the reader doesn t get left behind, no matter what his her background is The book is abundant with great illustrations that explain concepts very clearly Marshak often uses stories from real life as examples of geological phenomenons like with Pompeii of course and the interesting story of the 1986 Lake Nyos disaster The boo Really good At the beginning of every chapter it starts by giving out really basic information on its subject and then slowly gets intocom...

  7. Grace says:

    I ve only read the first 120 pages so far I picked it up to help me understand the recent scary swarm of earthquakes near my LA home It s an introductory geology text aimed at advanced HS or lower division college students The book is very lucid, well written and illustrated Actually, the book explains concepts twice once in words and then ...

  8. Alyssa says:

    I m excited about this course aside from the fact that millions and billions of years will be mentioned I feel like I want to take the class, and then research the Creationist standpoint and then write a paper for my teacher, even though I m not required write one Edit Now that the semester is long over, I should put this on the shelf virtually, of course P It was very informative and helpful although we completely skipped over the whole section about soils It s crazy to believe that I m excited about this course aside from the fact that millions and billions of years will be mentioned I feel like I want to take the class, and then research the Creationist standpoint and then write a paper for my teacher, even though I m not required write one Edit Now that the semester is long over, I should put this on the shelf virtually, of course P It was...

  9. Sami says:

    Ah, let s see how I d put this. Well,. this is the most romantic science textbook that I ve ever read I know how strange that sounds, yet it was like reading a novel, except everything was real Did I just have a book boner Just done final exam on Engineering Geology today Such a bittersweet feeling.

  10. Quinox says:

    Geology primer.

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