Best Books – Earth System – Frontier Areas

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Earth System – Frontier Areas subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Earth System – Frontier Areas along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Earth System – Frontier Areas subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Earth System – Frontier Areas" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Principles of Physical Geology” by Holmes
2. “Physical Geology” by Leet L D and Judson S

“Physical Geology” Book Review: The book provides a description of deformation in the earth’s crust. In the book, there is a description of geologic structures, as well as their kinematic and mechanical interpretation. The book is organized to be used as course material for geology students. It contains a discussion of orogeny, plate tectonics and structures. Examples are provided for each mechanism. Thus, this book provides a clear and concise introduction to the field of structural geology.

3. “An Introduction to the Solar System” by McBride N and Gilmour I

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“An Introduction to the Solar System” Book Review: This book is useful to understand the concepts of planetary science. The book contains information about the Solar System and its formation. It also covers the composition, internal structure and surface morphology. The book covers all the atmospheres of the terrestrial planets. It also discusses the evidence from meteorites. The book is filled with colorful illustrations. It contains a brief summary and glossary.

4. “Geomorphology” by Ruhe R V
5. “Geomorphology” by Sparks

“Geomorphology” Book Review: The book provides an understanding of the origins and nature of real landforms. The book has been thoroughly updated. The book contains photographs and diagrams. The book covers all the topics of different geological time scales. This book is designed for university students of geography and geology.

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6. “The Dynamic Earth System” by Patwardhan

“The Dynamic Earth System” Book Review: This book covers the dynamic processes operating inside the earth. The book focuses on the dynamic mechanism of Plate Tectonics. It also discusses the geochemical exchange of matter between the core, mantle and crust. It also covers the formation of crustal rocks and mineral deposits. The book provides the geological and radiometric methods of measuring the Geological Time Scale. The book also covers geoenvironmental hazards like earthquakes, global warming and fault failure.

7. “Science Of Earth Systems” by Stephen D Butz

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“Science Of Earth Systems” Book Review: The book gives a description of the Earth and its systems. It helps one to understand the Earth’s complexities. The book covers the interactions between the living and nonliving world. It also covers the processes that take place on and around Earth. In addition, the book covers the role of science and technology in society and matter and energy. It also covers topics related to astronomy, geology and meteorology. It contains colorful photos and detailed illustrations.

8. “Planet Earth: Ecosystems” by Andy Horsley

“Planet Earth: Ecosystems” Book Review: The book discovers the beauty of Earth’s ecosystems. It focuses on the interdependence of plants and animals. It also focuses on the role of humans in conserving Earth’s ecosystems. This book combines the topics from science and geography. It contains numerous facts and illustrations.

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9. “Environmental Geography: Science, Land Use and Earth Systems” by William M Marsh and John Grossa Jr

“Environmental Geography: Science, Land Use and Earth Systems” Book Review: This book covers topics related to Environmental Geography. It combines traditional physical geography with environmental issues. This book describes physical processes and systems. It also includes tools of geography. It contains various illustrations.

10. “Earth Systems: Processes and Issues” by W G Ernst

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“Earth Systems: Processes and Issues” Book Review: This book is useful for the students of earth systems science and environmental science. The book combines the principles of the natural sciences and engineering. The book describes complex couplings and feedback mechanisms. It covers the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere. Every chapter includes references. It includes the problem sets and solutions.

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