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This guide introduces you to some Library resources you may find useful as you're introduced to the science of Geology; it is not comprehensive.
USGS - United States Geological Survey
Introduction to Geological Structures and Maps, An (7th ed.)
QE 601.2 B46 2003
E-book link below.
Introduction to Geological Structures and Maps
Where to begin your research? Try CREDO's topic pages; each page includes:
- a topic overview from an authoritative reference work
- provides potential articles from CBU databases
- relevant book titles you can use as starting points when searching Novanet
This "topic page" list is not exhaustive; search CREDO and other reference resources for more information.
From the publisher: These brief videos answer the most important questions on topics that fascinate everyone through a series of videos and animations: weather, the Earth, and more. It provides images of natural phenomena and explanations of fundamental concepts.
This list details some of the journals available to you; it is not comprehensive.