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An explanation of the author"s opinions on geology

by William Rose

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That's a great book. We had it in my first year physical geology course. My personal recommendation is Geology for Dummies. As much as I hate those books, it's actually very well done, extremely informative, and considerably cheaper. Information and instructions for the preparation and submission of articles can be found in the pages for each journal and book series. The page sizes and other details vary between the journals and books. Please use the links below to be taken to the relevant instructions. Journals Journal of the Geological Society Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology Petroleum Geoscience.

Book recommendations for Geology at university Watch. Announcements -How to Build a Habitable Planet (probably the most comprehensive book you're going to find about the Earth Sciences that isn't a textbook, -Supercontinent (another classic popular science book on geology). Instructions to Authors. The guidelines for writing and formatting articles for Geophysics have been revised effective January and include new requirements to support a double-blind review. View a brief summary of these instructions.


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