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Geological Journeys A Traveller's Guide to South Africa's Rocks and Landforms

Travel Guide Geology Guide Out of Print
By: Nick Norman and Gavin Whitfield
320 pages, 300 images, 35 diagrams, 4 maps
Geological Journeys
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  • Geological Journeys ISBN: 9781770070622 Paperback Nov 2006 Out of Print #162925
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An essential companion for travellers to South Africa. For those who wonder about the jaunty tilt of a mountain ahead, the unusual patterns of a road cutting, the colour and texture of the roadside soil, or the purpose of a distant minehead, this volume offers answers and explanations about features along all the major routes across South Africa, and some of the lesser, but geologically interesting, routes too. Also included are the three main metropolitan areas - Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban - so that city residents can understand the geological features surrounding them. Using familiar landmarks to pinpoint sites and subtle phenomena, the authors bring to light our rich geological heritage, its likely roots and often tumultuous history. Along the way, they also discuss the historical background, personalities and stories that relate to the landscape.

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Travel Guide Geology Guide Out of Print
By: Nick Norman and Gavin Whitfield
320 pages, 300 images, 35 diagrams, 4 maps
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