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Frederick K. Lutgens, Edward J. Tarbuck, Dennis G. Tasa
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Chapter 2 - Plate Tectonics: A Scientific Revolution UnfoldsChapter 2.1 - From Continental Drift To Plate TectonicsChapter 2.2 - Continental Drift: An Idea Before Its TimeChapter 2.3 - The Great DebateChapter 2.4 - The Theory Of Plate TectonicsChapter 2.5 - Divergent Plate Boundaries And Seafloor SpreadingChapter 2.6 - Convergent Plate Boundaries And SubductionChapter 2.7 - Transform Plate BoundariesChapter 2.8 - How Do Plates And Plate Boundaries Change?Chapter 2.9 - Testing The Plate Tectonics ModelChapter 2.10 - How Is Plate Motion Measured?Chapter 2.11 - What Drives Plate Motions?Chapter 3 - Matter And MineralsChapter 3.1 - Minerals: Building Blocks Of RocksChapter 3.2 - Atoms: Building Blocks Of MineralsChapter 3.3 - Why Atoms BondChapter 3.4 - Properties Of MineralsChapter 3.5 - Mineral GroupsChapter 3.6 - The SilicatesChapter 3.7 - Common Silicate MineralsChapter 3.8 - Important Nonsilicate MineralsChapter 3.9 - Minerals: A Nonrenewable ResourceChapter 4 - Igneous Rocks, And Intrusive ActivityChapter 4.1 - Magma: Parent Material Of Igneous RockChapter 4.2 - Igneous CompositionsChapter 4.3 - Igneous Textures: What Can They Tell Us?Chapter 4.4 - Naming Igneous RocksChapter 4.5 - Origin Of MagmaChapter 4.6 - How Magmas EvolveChapter 4.7 - Partial Melting And Magma CompositionChapter 4.8 - Intrusive Igneous ActivityChapter 4.9 - Mineral Resources & Igneous ProcessesChapter 5 - Volcanoes And Volcanic HazardsChapter 5.1 - Mount St. Helens Versus KilaueaChapter 5.2 - The Nature Of Volcanic EruptionsChapter 5.3 - Materials Extruded During An EruptionChapter 5.4 - Anatomy Of A VolcanoChapter 5.5 - Shield VolcanoesChapter 5.6 - Cinder ConesChapter 5.7 - Composite VolcanoesChapter 5.8 - Volcanic HazardsChapter 5.9 - Other Volcanic LandformsChapter 5.10 - Plate Tectonics And Volcanic ActivityChapter 6 - Weathering And SoilsChapter 6.1 - WeatheringChapter 6.2 - Mechanical WeatheringChapter 6.3 - Chemical WeatheringChapter 6.4 - Rates Of WeatheringChapter 6.5 - SoilChapter 6.6 - Controls Of Soil FormationChapter 6.7 - The Soil ProfileChapter 6.8 - Classifying SoilsChapter 6.9 - The Impact Of Human Activities On SoilChapter 6.10 - Weathering And Ore DepositsChapter 7 - Sedimentary RocksChapter 7.1 - The Importance Of Sedimentary RocksChapter 7.2 - Origins Of Sedimentary RockChapter 7.3 - Detrital Sedimentary RocksChapter 7.4 - Chemical Sedimentary RocksChapter 7.5 - Coal: An Organic Sedimentary RockChapter 7.6 - Turning Sediment Into Sedimentary Rock: Diagenesis And LithificationChapter 7.7 - Classification Of Sedimentary RocksChapter 7.8 - Sedimentary Rocks Represent Past EnvironmentsChapter 7.9 - Resources From Sedimentary RocksChapter 7.10 - The Carbon Cycle And Sedimentary RocksChapter 8 - Metamorphism And Metamorphic RocksChapter 8.1 - What Is Metamorphism?Chapter 8.2 - What Drives Metamorphism?Chapter 8.3 - Metamorphic TexturesChapter 8.4 - Common Metamorphic RocksChapter 8.5 - Metamorphic EnvironmentsChapter 8.6 - Metamorphic ZonesChapter 9 - Earthquakes & Earth’s InteriorChapter 9.1 - What Is An Earthquake?Chapter 9.2 - Seismology: The Study Of Earthquake WavesChapter 9.3 - Locating The Source Of An EarthquakeChapter 9.4 - Determining The Size Of An EarthquakeChapter 9.5 - Earthquake DestructionChapter 9.6 - Where Do Most Earthquakes Occur?Chapter 9.7 - Can Earthquakes Be Predicted?Chapter 9.8 - Earth’s InteriorChapter 9.9 - Earth's LayersChapter 10 - Origin And Evolution Of The Ocean FloorChapter 10.1 - An Emerging Picture Of The Ocean FloorChapter 10.2 - Continental MarginsChapter 10.3 - Features Of Deep-ocean BasinsChapter 10.4 - Anatomy Of The Oceanic RidgeChapter 10.5 - Oceanic Ridges And Seafloor SpreadingChapter 10.6 - The Nature Of Oceanic CrustChapter 10.7 - Continental Rifting: The Birth Of A New Ocean BasinChapter 10.8 - Destruction Of Oceanic LithosphereChapter 11 - Crustal Deformation & Mountain BuildingChapter 11.1 - Crustal DeformationChapter 11.2 - Folds: Rock Structures Formed By Ductile DeformationChapter 11.3 - Faults & Joints: Rock Structures Formed By Brittle DeformationChapter 11.4 - Mountain BuildingChapter 11.5 - Subduction & Mountain BuildingChapter 11.6 - Collisional Mountain BeltsChapter 11.7 - What Causes Earth's Varied Topography?Chapter 12 - Mass Movement On Slopes: The Work Of GravityChapter 12.1 - The Importance Of Mass MovementChapter 12.2 - Controls & Triggers Of Mass MovementChapter 12.3 - Classification Of Mass Movement ProcessesChapter 12.4 - Rapid Forms Of Mass WastingChapter 12.5 - Slow MovementsChapter 13 - Running WaterChapter 13.1 - Earth As A System: The Hydrologic CycleChapter 13.2 - Running WaterChapter 13.3 - StreamflowChapter 13.4 - The Work Of Running WaterChapter 13.5 - Stream ChannelsChapter 13.6 - Shaping Stream ValleysChapter 13.7 - Depositional LandformsChapter 13.8 - Floods And Flood ControlChapter 14 - GroundwaterChapter 14.1 - The Importance Of GroundwaterChapter 14.2 - Groundwater And The Water TableChapter 14.3 - Factors Influencing The Storage And Movement Of GroundwaterChapter 14.4 - How Groundwater MovesChapter 14.5 - WellsChapter 14.6 - Artesian SystemsChapter 14.7 - Springs, Hot Springs, And GeysersChapter 14.8 - Environmental ProblemsChapter 14.9 - The Geologic Work Of GroundwaterChapter 15 - Glaciers And GlaciationChapter 15.1 - Glaciers: A Part Of Two Basic CyclesChapter 15.2 - Formation And Movement Of Glacial IceChapter 15.3 - Glacial ErosionChapter 15.4 - Glacial DepositsChapter 15.5 - Other Effects Of Ice Age GlaciersChapter 15.6 - The Ice AgeChapter 16 - Deserts And WindChapter 16.1 - Distribution And Causes Of Dry LandsChapter 16.2 - Geologic Processes In Arid ClimatesChapter 16.3 - Basin And Range: The Evolution Of A Desert LandscapeChapter 16.4 - Wind ErosionChapter 16.5 - Wind DepositsChapter 17 - ShorelinesChapter 17.1 - The Shoreline: A Dynamic InterfaceChapter 17.2 - Ocean WavesChapter 17.3 - Shoreline ProcessesChapter 17.4 - Shoreline FeaturesChapter 17.5 - Stabilizing The ShoreChapter 17.6 - Contrasting America's CoastsChapter 17.7 - Hurricanes: The Ultimate Coastal HazardChapter 17.8 - TidesChapter 18 - Geologic TimeChapter 18.1 - Creating A Time Scale: Relative Dating PrinciplesChapter 18.2 - Fossils: Evidence Of Past LifeChapter 18.3 - Correlation Of Rock LayersChapter 18.4 - Dating With RadioactivityChapter 18.5 - The Geologic Time ScaleChapter 18.6 - Determining Numerical Dates For Sedimentary StrataChapter 19 - Earth’s Evolution Through Geologic TimeChapter 19.1 - Is Earth Unique?Chapter 19.2 - Birth Of A PlanetChapter 19.3 - Origin And Evolution Of The Atmosphere And OceansChapter 19.4 - Precambrian History: The Formation Of Earth’s ContinentsChapter 19.5 - Geologic History Of The Phanerozoic: The Formation Of Earth’s Modern ContinentsChapter 19.6 - Earth’s First LifeChapter 19.7 - Paleozoic Era: Life ExplodesChapter 19.8 - Mesozoic Era: Age Of The DinosaursChapter 19.9 - Cenozoic Era: Age Of MammalsChapter 20 - Global Climate ChangeChapter 20.1 - Climate And GeologyChapter 20.2 - Detecting Climate ChangeChapter 20.3 - Some Atmospheric BasicsChapter 20.4 - Heating The AtmosphereChapter 20.5 - Natural Causes Of Climate ChangeChapter 20.6 - Human Impact On Global ClimateChapter 20.7 - Climate-feedback MechanismsChapter 20.8 - How Aerosols Influence ClimateChapter 20.9 - Some Possible Consequences Of Global Warming

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