Geology and the Environment

Filename: geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 9781133603986
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 656
Author: Bernard Pipkin
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB Cengage Learning's GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, in partnership with the National Geographic Society brings course concepts to life with interactive learning, study, and exam preparation tools along with market leading text content for introductory geology courses. Whether you use a traditional printed text or all digital GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT alternative, it's never been easier to explore the relationship between humans and the geologic hazards, processes, and resources that surround us. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Engineering Geology and the Environment

Filename: engineering-geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 9054108827
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 4076
Author: Paul G. Marinos
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Engineering Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB Publication of volumes 4 and 5 from the June 1997 conference were significantly delayed (the first three volumes were published in 1997). Volume 5 contains general reports and post-symposium proceedings, including late contributions on engineering geology and geomorphological processes, natural and man-made hazards, urban and regional planning, and protections of geological, geographical, historical, and architectural heritage. Also includedd: a report stemming from a field trip to the Sterea Hellas and Corinth Canal, on the geological and geotechnical conditions of those areas; and the opening and closing speeches. There is no subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR


Engineering Geology and the Environment

Filename: engineering-geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 9054108819
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 4076
Author: Paul G. Marinos
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Engineering Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB This fourth volume of five from the June 1997 conference was much delayed (the first four volumes were published in 1997). It comprises 23 special lectures solicited for the conference on various aspects of problematic soils, natural and man-made hazards, urban and regional planning, waste disposal, mines and quarries, large engineering works, and protection of geological, geographical, historical, and architectural heritage. There is no subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR


Geology and the Environment

Filename: geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 9781285530161
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 656
Author: Bernard W. Pipkin
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB Cengage Learning's GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, in partnership with the National Geographic Society brings course concepts to life with interactive learning, study, and exam preparation tools along with market leading text content for introductory geology courses. Whether you use a traditional printed text or all digital GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT alternative, it's never been easier to explore the relationship between humans and the geologic hazards, processes, and resources that surround us. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Geology and the Environment

Filename: geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 9780538737555
Release Date: 2010-06-17
Number of pages: 592
Author: Bernard Pipkin
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Download and read online Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB Pipkin/Trent/Hazlett/Bierman’s GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT explores the relationship between humans and the geologic hazards, processes, and resources that surround us. This stellar author team has the most field expertise, and the greatest depth of experience in bringing this knowledge to the student of any in this market. In the 6th edition of this tested market leader the authors have fully integrated coverage of how climate change and global warming impact geologic processes. Both human and non-human-induced climate change topics are discussed in a newly developed chapter called The Earth System and Climate Change. This chapter sets the context for understanding how Man’s interaction with the Earth System is a contributor to climate change and global warming. The acclaimed Case Studies feature at the end of chapters now includes 10 cases on climate change and global warming topics. GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT is written with an emphasis on how geology can improve the human condition. This new edition updates demographic statistics and the problems of overpopulation, reviewing what we have to do in order to create a sustainable society for the next generation. The new edition also introduces a new feature called Questions to Ponder, which further encourages students to think critically about pressing issues of social and environmental importance. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.


Geology and the environment

Filename: geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 0534513832
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 569
Author: Bernard W. Pipkin
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Pub Co

Download and read online Geology and the environment in PDF and EPUB Pipkin and Trent's Third Edition of GEOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT explores the relationship between humans and the geologic hazards, processes, and resources that surround us. A true market leader, the book has an accessible and entertaining writing style, superior pedagogy, appropriate amount of detail and coverage, and tables that provide meaningful and relevant real data for readers. With an emphasis on geology that can improve the human endeavor, this new edition addresses the changing market as it consistently emphasizes student decision-making, careers, resources, and relevance. Medical geology, environmental law, land-use planning, and engineering geology are discussed within the context of each geologic situation rather than as separate chapters. The book has been significantly updated to address current events, such as recent earthquakes in Turkey and Taiwan and the Hector Mine earthquake in Southern California. There are now more global references, reflecting the increased scope of this field of study.


New Frontiers in Engineering Geology and the Environment

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ISBN: 9783642316715
Release Date: 2012-08-20
Number of pages: 304
Author: Yu Huang
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online New Frontiers in Engineering Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB “New Frontiers in Engineering Geology and the Environment” collects selected papers presented at the International Symposium on Coastal Engineering Geology (ISCEG-Shanghai 2012). These papers involve many subjects – such as engineering geology, natural hazards, geoenvironment and geotechnical engineering – with a primary focus on geological engineering problems in coastal regions. The proceedings provide readers with the latest research results and engineering experiences from academic scientists, leading engineers and industry researchers who are interested in coastal engineering geology and the relevant fields. Yu Huang works at the Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Tongji University, China. Faquan Wu works at the Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Science, China and he is also the Secretary General of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment. Zhenming Shi works at the Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Tongji University, China. Bin Ye works at the Department of Geotechnical Engineering, Tongji University, China.


Global View of Engineering Geology and the Environment

Filename: global-view-of-engineering-geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 9781315856599
Release Date: 2013-08-16
Number of pages: 920
Author: Wu Faquan
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Global View of Engineering Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB Global View of Engineering Geology and the Environment contains selected papers from the International Symposium and 9th Asian Regional Conference of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the Environment (IAEG, Beijing, China, 24-25 September 2013). The book focusses on six topics: - Crustal stability and dynamical geo-hazards; - Engineering geology in major construction projects; - Urbanization and Geological environment; - New ideology and technology in engineering geology; - Structure and behavior of soil and rock mass, and - Geo-hazards in karst and loess areas. Global View of Engineering Geology and the Environment presents the latest research results from scientists, leading engineering and industry researchers, and will be much of interest to academics and professionals involved in engineering geology and the environment and related areas, i.e. soil mechanics, rock mechanics, and hydrogeology.




Geology and Environment In Britain and Ireland

Filename: geology-and-environment-in-britain-and-ireland.pdf
ISBN: 9780203498903
Release Date: 1994-06-01
Number of pages: 174
Author: Nigel Woodcock
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Geology and Environment In Britain and Ireland in PDF and EPUB A complete introductory text on an increasingly popular subject, "Geology and Environment in Britain and Ireland" aims to provide suitably broad coverage for students requiring a treatment clearly foucused on familiar examples but retaining a global perspective. The book summarizes for Earth and environmental scientists the ways in which geology relates to the natural environmentand to the humand activites that it supports. The natural environment is more than the oceans, the atmosphere and the diversity of the land surface. It extends below the ground and stretches back in time through the Earth's history. These environmental dimensions are the concern of geology. First, the book summarizes the geological influences on society through control of landscape and human geography, and through the threats posed by hazards such as landslides, subsidence and earhquakes. Next, the many Earth resources that support human activity are described: land, water, construction materials minerals, coal, oil, and gas. How are they formed or replenished? Which resources are are sustainable for use over more than the immediate geological future? Thirdly, the impacts of human activity an the Earth are examined - the results of extracting geological resources, of intentionally engineering the environment, and of carelessly polluting land and underground water supplies. Perhaps most serious of all is atmospheric pollution caused by burning geological fuels, threatening global change on scales only familiar from the geological record. This book is published at a pivotal point in the history of geology. Scientists who, for a century and a half, have been preoccupied with finding Earth resources are increasingly being asked where on Earth to dispose of the effluents from using them. "Geology and Environment in Britain and Ireland" provides a comapct, abundantly illustrated summary of both sides of this dilemma. Its final chapter breaks new ground in opening a debate on the ethical basis of applied geology - a debate which is needed to steer the subject into the 21st century. The book should be of use to undergraduates in geology or environmental sciences, to accompany a taught course on applied geology or as supplementary reading to their first year of geology. A-level students in geology, geography or environmental science should find it a useful reference. Professional geologists and environmental scientists should value the book as a broad but concise survey of the subject, as a helpful compilation of data, and as a guide to primary date sources. Readers outside the British Isles should find it an invaluable overview of the application of geology in the region. Nigel Woodcock teaches geology in both the Department of Earth Sciences and Clare College in the University of Cambridge. He has published over 80 scientific papers, mainly in the fields of structural geology, sedimentology and environmental geology, and is a prolific reviewer of geological books. He has extensive field experience in Turkey, Cyprus, Greece, and particularly in Britain and Irelansd. This book is intended for first-year undergraduate students in departments of geology, Earth sciences, environmental sciences, environmental studies, civil engineering, taking an introductory course on environmental geology or geology and the environment.


Physical Geology and the Environment

Filename: physical-geology-and-the-environment.pdf
ISBN: 0070956332
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Number of pages: 606
Author: Charles C. Plummer
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Ryerson

Download and read online Physical Geology and the Environment in PDF and EPUB Retaining an inquiry-based approach to learning, the Second Canadian Edition of Physical Geology & The Environment by Plummer et al incorporates the rich geology of Canada with elaborate examples throughout the text, as well as an entire chapter focusing on the geological history of Canada. Because the discipline of geology holds vital importance in the economic, social, and political realms of Canada, detailed references to Canadian examples have been updated and incorporated into this new edition.


Geology and the environment in Western Europe

Filename: geology-and-the-environment-in-western-europe.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015028432071
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 325
Author: George Innes Lumsden
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Download and read online Geology and the environment in Western Europe in PDF and EPUB All too often geology is not applied when it should be, with disastrous or unnecessarily expensive consequences. The aim of this book is to improve communication between geologists and decision makers, to demonstrate the types of problems to which geological information and expertise are relevant, and to indicate the great volume of national and international information that is available. More than 230 geologists from 21 national geological surveys and associated institutions have collaborated to provide a summary of the geology, the natural resources, and the geological hazards of Western Europe, together with examples of the benefits of applying geological techniques to understanding, conserving, and developing the environment. Each chapter gives a concise but informative summary of the subject concerned, backed up by a series of case studies. While its geological content will be of interest to Earth scientists generally, the book is accessible to nonspecialists, and is intended to bridge the gap between geologists and all those concerned with the environment, including national and local policymakers, planners, teachers, and administrators.


Engineering Geology for Tomorrow s Cities

Filename: engineering-geology-for-tomorrow-s-cities.pdf
ISBN: 1862392900
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Number of pages: 315
Author: M. G. Culshaw
Publisher: Geological Society of London

Download and read online Engineering Geology for Tomorrow s Cities in PDF and EPUB This book and the accompanying DVD provide a statement of our knowledge and understanding of engineering geology as applied to the urban environment at the start of the 21st century. In particular, this volume demonstrates that: working standards originally developed nationally are becoming internationalized; risk assessment, rather than just assessment of hazards, is driving decision-making; geo-environmental change, whether climatically or anthropogenically driven, is becoming better understood; greater use of underground space is being made; the relentless advance of information technology is providing new opportunities for engineering geologists to interpret and visualize the subsurface. This book shows that in developed and developing countries alike, engineering ge-ologists are increasingly exchanging ideas and learning from each other in a genuine two-way process. These ideas will contribute significantly to the sustainable development of both new and long-established urban environments worldwide.


Proceedings

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ISBN: OCLC:949722982
Release Date: 1999
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