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Adopted at over 125 school in its First Edition, the completely revised and tested Second Edition of the Ludman/Marshak Laboratory Manual for Introductory Geology contains inquiry based exercises, rock group labs, and a modern treatment of geologic mapping. The Second Edition enhances the strengths of the First Edition with even better visuals'¬ ;enhanced photos, maps, charts and figures, and it also reflects new innovations in geologic mapping.
Table of Contents
|Setting the Stage for Learning About the Earth|
|The Way the Earth Works: Examining Plate Tectonics|
|Minerals, Rocks, and the Rock Cycle|
|Using Igneous Rocks to Interpret Earth History|
|Using Sedimentary Rocks to Interpret Earth History|
|Interpreting Metamorphic Rocks|
|Studying Earth's Landforms|
|Working with Topographic Maps|
|Landscapes Formed by Streams|
|Groundwater as a Landscape Former and Resource|
|Processes and Landforms in Arid Environments|
|Interpreting Geologic Structures on Block Diagrams, Geologic Maps, and Cross Sections|
|Earthquakes and Seismology|
|Interpreting Geologic History: What Happened and When Did It Happen?|
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