The first encyclopedia to cover comprehensively, in one place, all the earth sciences - including atmospheric science, biogeochemistry, climatology, ecology, geology, geophysics, glaciology, hydrology, meteorology, mineralogy, oceanography, petrology, and numerous other fields. It treats the Earth as a system of interactive processes and describes how these processes affect and are affected by each other. Details of the encyclopedia are: articles arranged alphabetically for direct access; 15,000 entry subject index [in Volume 4]; 250 contributors; 255 articles; 1,300 illustrations; 250 tables; 1,300 glossary entries; 1,600 bibliographic entries; colour plates; double-entry format. 2500 pages in total.
Publisher: Academic Press
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