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Nature GeoScience

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Geological Sciences Books and Journals are now available in the EPS library. High demand items are also heldat EPS

 

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Call#   QE 279 .T46 2014
Title   Iceland
Authors   Thordarson, Thor
Hoskuldsson, Armann
Edition   Second edition.
Publication   Edinburgh Dunedin Academic Press, 2014.
       
Call#   QE 539.2 .S37 .U35 2014
Title   Source mechanisms of earthquakes :theory and practice
Authors   Udias Vallina, Agustin
Madariaga, Raul
Buforn, Elisa
Publication   Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 201
 

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Title   The hockey stick and the climate wars : dispatches from the front lines
Authors   Mann, Michael E.
Ebooks Corporation.
Publication   New York : Columbia University Press, c2012
       
       
Title   Regional geology and tectonics : phanerozoic passive margins, cratonic basins and global tectonic maps.
Authors   Roberts, D. G.
Bally, A. W.
Publication   Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2012.
       
       
       
Title   Earthquakes and coseismic surface faulting on the Iranian Plateau : a historical, social and physical approach
Authors   Berberian, Manuel.
Edition   1st ed.
Publication   Oxford : Elsevier, c2014.
       
       
Title   The Zealandia drowning debate :did New Zealand sink beneath the waves?
Authors   Campbell, Hamish
Publication   Wellington, New Zealand : BWB Texts, 2013.
       
       
       
Title   Bradshaw & Weaver Symposium :14-19 October 2013 University of Canterbury Christchurch.
Authors   Wandres, Anekant M.
Storey, Bryan C.
Bradshaw, Margaret A.
Geoscience Society of New Zealand.
Bradshaw & Weaver SymposiumChristchurch, N.Z.)
Publication   [Christchurch] : [Geoscience Society of New Zealand Inc.], [2013]
       
       
Title   Mid-ocean ridges
Authors   Searle, Roger
Publication   New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
       
       
       
Title   NZ-specific pseudo-spectral acceleration ground motion prediction equations based on foreign models
Authors   Bradley, Brendon A.
University of Canterbury.
Publication   Christchurch, N.Z. : Dept. of Civil [and Natural Resources] Engineering, University of Canterbury, [
       
       
Title   Foraminifera and their applications
Authors   Jones, Robert Wynn
Publication   Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
       
       
 

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