The Geology of Thailand is a major and carefully crafted work. At nearly 2 kg, the book is large, with 626 two-column, well-illustrated pages, 20 × 28 cm each, that use color generously and constructively. It is made up of 21 chapters that average 30 pages each and cover specific topics, rather than geographical areas. This approach makes the volume a particularly useful and accessible reference. The aim of the book, in the words of the editors (p. vii), is to bring together “ ... a wealth of geological data [that] is not easily available to international researchers ... [in]...

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