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Dictionary of Geological Terms

Dictionary of Geological Terms - 3rd edition

Dictionary of Geological Terms - 3rd edition

ISBN13: 9780385181013

ISBN10: 0385181019

Dictionary of Geological Terms by Robert L. Bates - ISBN 9780385181013
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 3RD 84
Copyright: 1984
Publisher: Anchor Press
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Dictionary of Geological Terms by Robert L. Bates - ISBN 9780385181013

ISBN13: 9780385181013

ISBN10: 0385181019

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 3RD 84
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Summary

From Aa to Zweikanter, this popular dictionary has now been revised and updated. This edition includes over 1,000 new terms plus:

-accurate definitions without technical jargon

-many word origins

-hyphenation and pronunciation guide

-commonly used abbreviations

-a geologic time and life chart

The definitions in this book are drawn largely from the autoritative 36,000-term Glossary Of Geology, to which nearly 150 specialists from all fields of the geosciences contributed. Both the Glossary and this Dictionary were prepared as a service of the American Geological Institute, a federation of geoscience societies united to provide information to the science community and the public.