By: Timothy M Kusky
An introduction to the scientific principles behind various geological processes to explain how and why they can sometimes be dangerous to humans, this sourcebook contains numerous examples of famous or recent geological disasters. The text provides contemporary scientific information on all major types of geological disasters, such as volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunami, as well as on such less common events as sinkholes and asteroid impacts. Each chapter contains a list of additional resources including books, journal articles, web sites and contact information for relevant organizations.
Students will be intrigued by this discussion of natural processes that are often hazardous to humans. The scientific principles behind geological hazards are discussed, as well as when, where and why certain hazardous and disastrous events have taken palce....[T]his will be a good starting point for a student....[R]ecommended.-Gale Reference for Students
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