By: Peter Doyle, Matthew R Bennett and Alistair N Baxter
288 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs, maps
Examines the basic stratigraphical methods used to establish, date and interpret sequences of rocks as the products of a series of events in the Earth's history. Also presents the results of these methods which allow geologists to build up a record of the way in which the Earth's global environment has changed through geological time.
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