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By: K Stuwe
449 pages, 210 figs,
This book is an introductory text for all earth scientists interested in learning about the quantitative description of geological problems. It contains chapters on heat flow, sedimentary basin modelling, mechanics of continental deformation, PT path modelling, geomorphology and mass transfer and more. In its style, the book is aimed at the field oriented geologist that wants to begin with learning about the quantitative description of problems. Graduate students and scientists will find the book a good starting point for a quantitativ treatment of their data.
From the contents: Plate Tectonics - Historical development - Map Projections.- Heat and Temperature - Basic principles of Heat Conduction - Principles of Heat Advection - Heat in Intrusions.- Shape and Kinematics - Reference levels - Isostasy - Geomorphology.- Force and Rheology - Stress and Strain - Rheology of the Lithosphere.- Dynamic Processes - Continents in Extension - Development of Sedimentary Basins - Continents in Collision - Selected geodynamic Problems.- PTtD Paths - Basic principles of petrology - Documenting PT paths - Interpretation of PT paths.- Mathematical Tools.- Mathematical Rules and Tables.
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