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The Good Earth: Introduction to Earth Science

The Good Earth: Introduction to Earth Science

5th Edition
By David McConnell and David Steer
ISBN10: 1260364127
ISBN13: 9781260364125
Copyright: 2021
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1) Introduction to Earth Science

2) Earth in Science

3) Near-Earth Objects

4) Plate Tectonics

5) Earthquakes

6) Volcanoes and Mountains

7) Rocks and Minerals

8) Geologic Time

9) Weathering and Soils

10) Landslides and Slope Failure

11) Streams and Floods

12) Groundwater and Wetlands

13) Oceans and Coastlines

14) The Atomosphere

15) Weather Systems

16) Earth's Climate System

17) Global Change

Appendix A – Conversion Factors

Appendix B – The Periodic Table of Elements

Appendix C – Answers to Selected Checkpoint Questions