Faulting, Fracturing and Igneous Intrusion of the Earth's Crust was developed as a result of a conference on “Stress controls on faulting, fracturing and igneous intrusion in the Earth's crust,” which commemorated the contributions of Ernest Masson Anderson. The resulting volume is a collection of papers that begins with an introduction of Anderson (no relation to the reviewer) and his application of early twentieth century ideas on Coulomb stress and strength of materials to faulting, fracturing, and the intrusion of igneous bodies into the shallow crust. The volume then follows with several papers that show the Andersonian application of...

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