The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology: Strain Analyses
This book has grown out of a need to teach fundamental, practical aspects of structural geology to undergraduate and postgraduate students in the earth sciences and they have written to provide a basic text at undergraduate university level. We have tried to assemble a comprehensive account of such basic techniques as could be the foundation of a practical and theoretical course in the analysis of tectonic structures, stress and strain. Volume 1 covers the principles of deformation, and Volume 2 applies these principles specifically to the analysis of folds and fractures.
* Provides a unique practical introduction to structural geology for students
* Uses over 220 clear line figures
* Lavishly illustrated throughout with 107 high quality photographs showing features of naturally deformed rocks over a range of scale?aerial photographs, field photographs and photomicrographs
* Starts each session with the formulation of a problem and presentation of any essential background or necessary mathematical techniques
* Gives graded problems with solutions fully discussed in the text drawing out key features of the methods used
* Provides 22 working diagrams for use is problem solving
Specifications of The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology: Strain Analyses
|Author||John G. Ramsay, Martin I. Huber|
|Number Of Pages||307|
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