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Quantitative Structural Geology

Author : David D. Pollard
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A pioneering single-semester undergraduate textbook that balances descriptive and quantitative analysis of geological structures.

Structural Geology

Author : Haakon Fossen
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This market-leading textbook has been fully updated in response to extensive user feedback. It includes a new chapter on joints and veins, additional examples from around the world, stunning new field photos, and extended online resources with new animations and exercises. The book's practical emphasis, hugely popular in the first edition, features applications in the upper crust, including petroleum and groundwater geology, highlighting the importance of structural geology in exploration and exploitation of petroleum and water resources. Carefully designed full-colour illustrations work closely with the text to support student learning, and are supplemented with high-quality photos from around the world. Examples and parallels drawn from practical everyday situations engage students, and end-of chapter review questions help them to check their understanding. Updated e-learning modules are available online (www.cambridge.org/fossen2e) and further reinforce key topics using summaries, innovative animations to bring concepts to life, and additional examples and figures.

Fundamentals of Structural Geology

Author : Professor David Pollard
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A modern quantitative approach to structural geology and tectonics for advanced students and researchers.

Elements of Structural Geology

Author : E. S. Hills
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Structural Geology of the Hawthorne and Tonopah Quadrangles Nevada

Author : Henry Gardiner Ferguson
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The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology

Author : John G. Ramsay
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Following the same format as the highly successful Volume 1, Volume 2 applies the principles of deformation to the analysis of folds and fractures. There are 13 sessions, each providing 3 hours of practical work and problems. The problems are well-illustrated with photographs and drawings, and the solutions are discussed in detail. All the sessions are drawn from actual geological examples and are extensively illustrated with photographs taken in the field and with micrographs, giving students a feeling for what actually occurs in nature.

Tectonics Structural Geology Newsletter

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Structural Geology

Author : Robert D. Hatcher
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Earth Water Ice and Fire

Author : David Roger Oldroyd
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The Life and Work of Professor J W Gregory FRS 1864 1932 Geologist Writer and Explorer

Author : Bernard E. Leake
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Gregory's remarkable career and his scientific work are here detailed and critically assessed. Accounts of his heroic 1893 expedition to the Rift Valley in Kenya (now the Gregory Rift), his first crossing of Spitzbergen, and his resignation as Leader of the first British Antarctic Expedition of 1901. In the Chair of Geology in Glasgow from 1904, he built up the largest first-year geology class in the UK, over 400 students. He worked in every field of geology and every continent except Antarctica. He was also involved with the search for a 'homeland' for the Jews in Libya and Angola.

Structural Geology

Author : Marland Pratt Billings
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Rock fractures in geological processes

Author : Philipp, Sonja L.
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Rock fractures play a major role in many geological processes, such as plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and fluid transport in the earth’s crust. The present volume contains the abstracts of all presentations of the symposium „Rock Fractures in Geological Processes“, held on 26-27 November 2013 in London honouring the 60th birthday of Agust Gudmundsson, chair in Structural Geology, Royal Holloway University of London, a leading expert in the field and author of a well known text book of the same title. The symposium covered all topics related to fractures in the earth’s crust, e.g., crustal stresses, rock mechanical properties, field analysis of fractures – from joints and faults to mineral veins and dykes -, analytical, analogue and numerical models of fractures and related fluid transport, as well as the activity of faults and volcanoes including calderas, and economic aspects such as exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons and geothermal energy.

Structural Analysis and Synthesis

Author : Stephen M. Rowland
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This widely used, highly readable introduction to structuralanalysis is specifically designed to support the laboratory work ofundergraduates in structural geology courses. The new third edition includes: New and amended exercises and redrafted figures to improveclarity A single fold-out map of the Bree Creek Quadrangle – amythical site used to help students analyze various aspects of thegeologic structures exposed within this quadrangle and ultimatelyto develop a grand synthesis A user-friendly spiral binding ideal for work in the lab or outin the field An Instructor manual CD-ROM for this title is available. Pleasecontact our Higher Education team at ahref="mailto:[email protected]"[email protected]/afor more information.

Structural Geology of the Colorado Plateau Region of Southern Utah with Special Emphasis on Deformation Bands

Author : George Herbert Davis
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Geology in Petroleum Production

Author : A.J. Dikkers
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A practical book for geologists involved in petroleum production, here is a comprehensive review of basic techniques in production geology, the links with related subjects, and the function of geologists in the planning and operation of all phases of oilfield development. The first part discusses the basic techniques used in the analysis and graphic representation of the stratigraphy, tectonic structure, reservoir sedimentology and hydrocarbon distribution of an oilfield. The second part describes how this knowledge is applied in the various phases of field development. The mutual support between production geology and neighbouring disciplines such as seismology, log interpretation, reservoir engineering is stressed. Throughout the book, the text is secondary to the illustrations; these are examples, mostly hypothetical, of conditions and techniques discussed, designed so as to bring out as clearly as possible the importance of the points made. It is thus an ideal book for graduate students, specializing in petroleum geology and for participants in post-graduate courses, in universities or within industry.

Structural Geology for Petroleum Geologists

Author : William Low Russell
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Stereographic Projection Techniques in Structural Geology

Author : Peter R. Leyshon
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This book sets out to provide a simple introduction to the subject by means of illustrations and exercises, encouraging the student to visualise the problems concerned in three dimensions. Once an appreciation is gained of the nature of the problem, the formal solution using the projection becomes both logical and straightforward. The stereographic projection is an essential tool of the structural geologist which allows three-dimensional orientation data to be both represented and manipulated. It provides a way of graphically displaying the data collected. This is essential for the recognition and interpretation of patterns of preferred orientation. 'This is the book all teachers of stereographic projections have been waiting for! It is 115 pages of well-presented, clearly explained, generally well-illustrated text - in short it is user-friendly.' - Episodes - Int. Geoscience Newsmagazine, April 1996

Structural Geology and Geological Mapping

Author : Aleksandr Evgenʹevich Mikhaĭlov
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The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology Folds and fractures

Author : John G. Ramsay
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Structural Geology Laboratory Manual

Author : John Charles Ludlum
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