Edited By: Matthew R Bennett, Peter Doyle, Jonathan G Larwood and Colin D Prosser
270 pages, 80 b/w illus
The book is divided into four parts: The rationale and scope of earth heritage conservation in urban areas; The nature of the urban geological resource; Awareness and use of the urban geological resource; and Creating an urban geological resource. ` ... deserves to be read by geology teachers at all levels, by urban planners, by amateur geology groups and by industry geologists.' Geological Magazine
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