Review by: R. M. Easton

As a mapping geologist, the question of which reference books to take into the field is ongoing, especially if one is working with student field assistants. One is looking for books that are compact, well illustrated, comprehensive, and field-oriented. Consequently, I was eager to review this update of one of the field guides that originally had been part of the two-decade–old Geological Society of London Field Guide Series.

At first glance, this book looks like it has the potential to be an excellent field reference book. The color photographs are excellent, illustrating a wide variety...

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