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Great Lakes Rocks 4 Billion Years of Geologic History in the Great Lakes Region

By: Stephen E Kesler(Author)
360 pages, 100 illustrations
Great Lakes Rocks
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  • Great Lakes Rocks ISBN: 9780472053803 Paperback Jan 2020 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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The geologic story of the Great Lakes region is one of the most remarkable of any place on Earth. Great Lakes Rocks takes readers on this fascinating journey through geologic history, beginning with an investigation of the surface features – the hills and valleys, waterfalls and caves, and the Great Lakes themselves – encountered on a daily basis. As the book digs deeper into the past, readers learn about the amazing techniques geologists have used to reconstruct the events that shaped this region millions and even billions of years before humans set foot on Earth. Throughout, Great Lakes Rocks gives special attention to the link between the region's geology and its modern history, including the impacts of geology on settlement patterns, the development of industries, and the present-day economy. Other discussed topics include natural hazards that are geologic in nature, including earthquakes, floods, landslides, and coastal erosion, as well as information on rocks, minerals, and ancient life seen in fossils. Written for nonspecialist readers, this book provides a detailed but easy-to- follow introduction to the geology of the Great Lakes region, and it is an ideal fit for introductory geology courses, including those aimed at nonscience majors.

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Stephen E. Kesler is Emeritus Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Michigan.

By: Stephen E Kesler(Author)
360 pages, 100 illustrations
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"Nearly EVERYONE is interested in the ages and origins of rocks, fossils, and economic deposits. Glaciation, topography, and water are also topics of great historical interest. Kesler's book covers them all!"
– Richard W. Ojakangas, University of Minnesota-Duluth

"This new book on the geologic history of the Great Lakes Region is written in an easily readable and entertaining style. The specific examples of important geologic sites and the informative figures make this an important new reference on the geology of the region."
– William B. Harrison, Michigan Geological Repository for Research and Education, Western Michigan University

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