Plate Tectonics: How It Works
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Plate Tectonics: How It Works

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Palaeomagnetism, plates, hot spots, trenches and ridges are the subject of this text. It is a collection of exercises and background information that introduces as well as demonstrates the basics of the subject. It brings together a great deal of material in spherical trigonometry that is necessary to understand plate tectonics and the research literature written about it....more
Paperback, 418 pages
Published January 8th 1991 by Wiley-Blackwell (first published January 15th 1986)
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