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By: Alwyn Scarth
192 pages, 200 col illus
Puts eathquakes and volcanic activity into context by explaining the complexities of plate tectonics and contiental drift. Contains historical and contemporary accounts of major incidents in order to illustrate the often devastating effects and deals with the science of earthquakes and eruption prediction and the difficulties it presents to scientists around the world.
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