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Understanding Earth Processes, Rocks and the Geological History of Ireland

By: A Sleeman(Author), B McConnell(Author), S Gatley(Author)
Understanding Earth Processes, Rocks and the Geological History of Ireland
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  • Understanding Earth Processes, Rocks and the Geological History of Ireland ISBN: 9781899702503 Paperback Jan 2004 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Understanding Earth Processes, Rocks and the Geological History of Ireland comprises of a Geological map which depicts the geography (i.e. distribution) of rocks of different ages and types at the present and the accompanying book gives a historical geography (paleogeography) of each Earth period, as shown in the map legend.

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By: A Sleeman(Author), B McConnell(Author), S Gatley(Author)
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