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Earth Science: An Illustrated Guide to Science
Hardcover - English

Earth Science: An Illustrated Guide to Science is one of eight volumes of Facts On File's new Science Visual Resources set. Containing six sections, a comprehensive glossary, a Web site guide, and an index, Biology is an ideal learning tool for students and teachers of science. Full-colour diagrams, graphs, charts, and maps on every page illustrate the essential elements of the subject, while parallel text provides key definitions and step-by-step explanations. The six sections include: Planet Earth - considers Earth's place in the Solar System and its relationship to the Sun, the Moon, and the environment of interplanetary space. Topics covered in this section include solar and lunar eclipses, tides, seasons, and Earth's magnetic field. Earth's History - examines the basic principles used by geologists to determine the age of rocks and the use of fossil evidence in determining the sequence of geological events. There is a comprehensive survey of the history of life on Earth and a general description of each of the geological eons. through each geological period, showing the prevailing conditions and the kind of life forms that have flourished there. Earth's Rocks - is concerned with the processes that create and modify Earth's geology. The relative abundance of minerals on our planet; the formation of igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks; and the processes of plate tectonics are examined in this section. Air and Oceans - is an overview of the shallow but complex layer of gas and water that surrounds our planet and supports all animal and plant life. The types and causes of all significant weather phenomena are covered here, as well as the intimate connections between the oceans and the atmosphere. Heat transfer between air and oceans and the planet-wide systems of circulation driven by solar energy are also explained here. Erosion and Weathering - looks at the constant wearing down of the Earth's rocks by the combined actions of the atmosphere and the oceans. the geological forms produced by the actions of rivers and glaciers are all featured in this section. Wind erosion and the formation and spread of desert landscapes are also covered. Comparisons - gives the relative scales of major planetary features, such as oceans, rivers, continents, and mountain ranges.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
0816061645
EAN
9780816061648
Publication Date
01/08/2006
Pages
208
Dimension
28.91cm x 22.10cm x 1.96cm
Age Group
12 to 17
Grades
7th Grade to 12th Grade
Lexile Level
0
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Diagram Group
The Diagram Group is a team of writers, researchers, editors, and designers who have specialized in producing a number of highly acclaimed visual reference books since its formation in 1960.




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