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Steve Stanley was the first author to write an historical geology textbook with whole-earth approach to the subject. It remains the only textbook for the course written from a truly integrated earth systems perspective.Now in its Third Edition,Earth System Historyhas three powerful reasons to remain the leading textbook in this market: unmatched currency; proven student pedagogy; and a new interactive online study center.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Earth System|
|History Rocks: Composition and Structure|
|The Diversity of Life|
|Environments and Life Sedimentary|
|Environments Correlation and Dating of the Rock Record|
|Evolution and the Fossil Record|
|Major Chemical Cycles|
|The Archean Eon|
|The Proterozoic Eon|
|The Paleozoic World|
|The Middle Paleozoic World|
|The Late Paleozoic World|
|The Early Mesozoic World|
|The Cretaceous World|
|The Paleogene World|
|The Neogene World|
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