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A Brief History of Earth: four billion years in eight chapters by Andrew H. Knoll
Publication Date: 2021
Scenic Science of the National Parks : an explorer's guide to wildlife, geology, and botany by Emily Hoff; Maygen Keller
Call Number: E160 .H63 2020
Granite and Grace by Michael P. Cohen
Call Number: QE462.G7 C65 2019
Plate Tectonics and Great Earthquakes: 50 years of earth-shaking events by Lynn R. Sykes
Call Number: QE534.3 .S95 2019
A Brief History of Geology by Kieran D. O'Hara
Call Number: QE11 .O33 2018
The Geology Companion: essentials for understanding the Earth by Gary Prost; Benjamin Prost
Call Number: QE26.3 .P76 2018
Ancient Landscapes of the North American Cordillera : a geologic history with paleogeographic maps by Ronald C. Blakey
Call Number: QE626 .B57 2018
The Story of the Earth in 25 Rocks : tales of important geological puzzles and the people who solved them by Donald R. Prothero
Call Number: QE31 .P76 2018
Cataclysms: a new geology for the twenty-first century by Michael R. Rampino
Call Number: GB5014 .R355 2017
Earth Revealed This series shows the physical processes and human activities that shape our planet. From earthquakes and volcanoes to the creation of sea-floor crusts and shifting river courses, Earth Revealed offers stunning visuals that explain plate tectonics and other geologic concepts and principles. Follow geologists in the field as they explore the primal forces of the Earth. This series can also be used as a resource for teacher professional development. Produced by Intelecom. 1992.
Planet Earth This series presents visually spectacular tours of the seven continents as it makes connections between our solar system and Earth's oceans, climate, and mineral and energy sources. It unifies Earth science, astronomy, and comparative planetology into an integrated discipline that relies on common scientific methods. A flexible instructional resource, Planet Earth provides course material for nonscience students and science majors. Produced by WQED/Pittsburgh in association with the National Academy of Sciences. 1986.
The Habitable Planet: A Systems Approach to Environmental Science This course begins with an overview of the Earth's systems ï¿½ geophysical, atmospheric, oceanic, and ecosystems ï¿½ as they exist independently of human influence. Following this introduction, the course explores the effect that human activities have on the different natural systems. Topics include human population growth and resource use, increasing competition for fresh water, and climate change. Each of the 13 programs features two case studies following top scientists in the field. Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in association with the Harvard University Center for the Environment. 2007.