Planetary Tectonics (Cambridge Planetary Science) 1st Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-1906985417
ISBN-10: 0521765730
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"...the book provides invaluable context for understanding why Earth along has plate tectonics, one of many potential tectonic endpoints. Chapters are extensively referenced, and most are well illustrated. Recommended." CHOICE

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This book surveys tectonic landforms on solid bodies throughout the Solar System. It discusses the properties and processes that explain the variety of structures observed, and provides methods for mapping and analysing these features. Illustrated with diagrams and spectacular planetary images, this is an essential reference volume.

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