Book: «Physical Geology: Earth Revealed 9E»

Physical Geology: Earth Revealed 9E

Physical Geology: Earth Revealed is appropriate for introductory physical geology classes. This text, which includes the same information as the market-leading Physical Geology - 13th edition, by Plummer/Carlson, is for the instructor who prefers

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