The intended market for this book is people with a general interest in the natural world, or possibly undergraduates who are taking an Earth sciences course but do not intend to pursue the subject to honours level. When reviewing an introductory book the first reaction is to see what is missing, identify any glaring mistakes and check that your area of expertise is covered correctly. As an Earth science undergraduate, coming from a background as an amateur geologist, I noticed numerous points of detail that could have been included such as more emphasis on slab pull forces when the author...

First Page Preview

First page PDF preview
You do not currently have access to this article.