Edited By: Gregory A Good
901 pages, 2 volumes, b/w illus
This survey covers the human understanding of the earth in various times and cultures in the last 2,000 years. Special features show how diverse disciplines, from geology to space science, fit together in a coherent view of the earth and explains earlier ideas and theories in the context of the beliefs and scientific knowledge of that time. It also highlights important institutions that have shaped the history of science and explores relationships between science, practical applications and sociopolitical concerns.
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