New Theory of the Earth
by Don L. Anderson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2007
Number of pages: 405
An interdisciplinary advanced textbook on the origin, composition, and evolution of the Earth's interior: geophysics, geochemistry, dynamics, convection, mineralogy, volcanism, energetics and thermal history. The book ties together all the strands of the subdisciplines. The new edition includes many new sections and dozens of new figures and tables. It is a stimulating textbook on advanced courses in geophysics, geochemistry, and planetary science, and supplementary textbook on a wide range of other advanced Earth science courses. It will also be an essential reference and resource for all researchers in the solid Earth sciences.
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