RockFractures in Geological Processes was published in order to serve as a reference for geoscientists and as a textbook for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. Those geoscientists who enjoy the quantitative treatment of structural geology and geomechanics will find this book very useful. Students and academicians who possess an advanced knowledge of engineering mathematics will find the quantitative treatments and exercises to be readily understandable; those of us trained as geologists may have to relearn some college mathematics. However, even the most rigorous of the analytical and quantitative descriptions and exercises are followed by helpful graphics, “real-world” pictures, and...

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