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Volcanoes (2nd edition)


Volcanoes is an up-to-date, intelligent summary of all the major aspects of volcanism.

ISBN: 0565091387

Author: Susannah van Rose and Ian Mercer

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Volcanoes (revised 2nd edition)

£ 7.95


The earth sciences at their most spectacular, this revised edition of Volcanoes features breathtaking colour photographs and up-to-date information on recent volcanic activity. Replete with detailed examples of volcanic activity, this book gives an intelligent summary of volcanism suitable for all ages.


A concise and intelligent summary of the major aspects of volcanism in a highly attractive format.'
Geology Magazine

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Paperback, 200 x 210 mm, 64 pp, 1999, Illustrated with diagrams and colour photographs, 0 565 09138 7 Published by the Natural History Museum

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