The first edition of this book, published in 1992, has deservedly become one of the standard texts for university courses in structural geology. The second edition involves considerable additions and amendments, and an increase in size of about 40%. What persists from the first edition, and what has changed?

One of the aims of Structural Geology remains to cover basic topics in the subject whilst linking these to more advanced research in the field. The book’s approach is therefore more comprehensive than most comparable texts, and it is more suitable for intermediate to advanced undergraduate courses than for beginners. A...

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