Subtitled ‘An introduction to geological geophysics’ this volume succeeds in demonstrating how geophysics can be applied to the whole spectrum of geological problems from the environmental to the global. It is not a textbook for advanced students, but it should be the textbook for introducing geophysics and its applications to geologists and geophysics students and the study of geology to physicists.

The book is divided into two sections, ‘Geophysical methods’ and ‘Examples of applications’. Those familiar with geophysical surveying methods may wish to skip the first section, although in doing so they would miss some of the best descriptions of...

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