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Kevin Hefferan is the author of Earth Materials, published by Wiley.
It will also be useful for environmental scientists, engineering geologists, and physical geographers who need to learn about minerals, rocks, soil and water in a comprehensive framework.
Key features of this book include Equal coverage of mineralogy, sedimentary petrology, igneous petrology and metamorphic petrology Copious field examples and regional relationships with graphics that illustrate the concepts discussed.
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