Review by: Robert M. Sengebush

Basic Geologic Mapping, by Lisle, Brabham, and Barnes (2011), is a small-format, paperback book intended for use by geology students in Great Britain. The preface to the fifth edition states that the purpose of the book is to “offer a practical guide for the student undertaking a mapping project with a minimum of resources and academic supervision.” The book's 217 pages contain 11 short chapters and Appendices A through D, with references and an index. The chapters include some expected topics, such as Field Equipment (Chapter 2), Field Measurements and Techniques (Chapter 6),...

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