By Dr Peter T Scott

ISBN-10: 0994643306

ISBN-13: 9780994643308

Dr. Peter Scott

This publication is set how the skin of the Earth adjustments as a result of weathering and erosion. those significant strategies are defined intimately at either the chemical and actual point and the landscapes that are made from either weathering and erosion are defined and wellillustrated with photos from many components of the world.
The weathering and erosion of carbonate rocks comparable to limestone is exact and proven via pictures taken underground in limestone caves. the following, the various unique cave formations are proven and defined. there's additionally a video day trip into limestone caves which might be taken on-line.
The erosional paintings of water, wind and ice is defined in numerous chapters and their precise landscapes illustrated by means of diagrams and images. online video tours are supplied to teach the reader what it really is wish to stroll throughout a glacier, cruse wind-swept bay in Antarctica or to climb down a deep river canyon.
The ultimate bankruptcy offers with soils, so vitally important to Humankind. Their formation from rock, kinds and category are defined and illustrated with many photos to assist in identification.

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