40 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Great book : very clear explanations and figures.,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Geology of Britain: An Introduction (Hardcover)
When I was at school the little geology I learned was awfully boring: just the accumulation of layers and layers of stuff over millions of years. But this book has now turned me into a geology fanatic. It explains in historical sequence how the geological formations of Britain have come about. Even with little prior knowledge it is very easy to read (I thought), and I am particularly fond of all the many very well designed colour figures that are a terrific aid in understanding the variouses processes. Whole-heartedly recommended to anyone who's ever wondered why the rocks around the corner from his place look the way they look!
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Initial post: 1 Apr 2008 00:06:46 BDT
Michael A. Smith says:
Just received this book (in the US) and this customer review is quoted on the back.
Looks to be a great book, by the way.
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