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Updated with the revolutionary MasteringGeology assessment and tutorial tool, Earth Science (13th Edition) ISBN 9780321688507 is widely recommended by instructors of geology and other related courses. It offers a wide, well balanced, and fresh coverage of earth science (from land to water to the heavenly bodies) and is often described as a well-balanced...
Updated with the revolutionary MasteringGeology assessment and tutorial tool, Earth Science (13th Edition) ISBN 9780321688507 is widely recommended by instructors of geology and other related courses. It offers a wide, well balanced, and fresh coverage of earth science (from land to water to the heavenly bodies) and is often described as a well-balanced mixture of geology, astronomy and meteorology, and oceanography. This student-oriented book was authored by three trusted names - Ed Tarbuck, Fred Lutgens, and Dennis Tasa – and offers example-based discussions of different concepts, phenomena, and events, while keeping the text engaging and compelling. It starts with an interesting introduction to earth science, which seamlessly segues into the first unit about earth minerals. Unit 2 is about the various natural phenomena that affect the condition of the surface of the earth, from weathering to mass wasting, to other elements like running and ground water, deserts, glaciers, and the wind. Unit 3 discusses natural forces like plate tectonics, earthquakes and volcanoes, igneous activities, mountain formation, and crustal deformation. Unit 4 talks about the earth's geologic history, followed by chapters on the ocean and ocean life. Unit 6 talks about the atmosphere, its composition, and the processes that affect climates and weather patterns, while the last unit talks about earth in relation to the universe. Earth Science (13th Edition) is a very useful reference for both students and instructors of geology and related earth sciences. It was written by long-time co-authors Fred Lutgens and Ed Tarbuck, with the addition of Dennis Tasa.
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