|1."Principles of Physical Geology" by Arthur Holemess|
|2."Foundations of Engineering Geology" by Tony Waltham|
“Foundations of Engineering Geology” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive overview on foundations of engineering geology. It provides a readable and highly illustrated overview of the aspects of geology that are most significant to civil engineers. It describes the main features of bedrock geology, the processes and sediments of surface geology, relevant methods of ground investigation, and main features of the significant geohazards. It acts as a reference material on parameters such as bearing strengths of soils and rocks.
|3."Structural Geology" by Billings M P|
“Structural Geology” Book Review: This book is designed for b.sc and m.sc students which gives fundamentals of structural geology. It provides a strong basement in structural geology. It covers topics like field study of folds and office techniques of folds. It also discusses the formation of igneous rocks and geophysical methods. It provides mathematical methods to deal with mechanical principles. It contains laboratory exercises and references at the end of each chapter. Students can use those exercises to analyze geological problems.
|4."Geology of India and Burma" by Krishnan M S|
|5."The Practical Geologist: The Introductory Guide to the Basics of Geology and to Collecting and Identifying Rocks" by Dougal Dixon|
“The Practical Geologist: The Introductory Guide to the Basics of Geology and to Collecting and Identifying Rocks” Book Review: This book gives an introduction to earth science from basic principles of geology. It starts with the history of the earth’s formation and its development. It discusses the movements that occur within the earth and the weather condition’s effects on the surface of the earth. It explains how to identify various types of rocks and minerals. It also contains a mapping section to know about the geological sites. This book comes with colourful illustrations which make the reader understand more.
|6."Geology For Dummies" by Alecia M Spooner|
“Geology For Dummies” Book Review: It is a book for students who have taken courses in geology and earth science. It is a classroom supplementary for the students. It discusses the earth’s history such as physical and chemical processes. It gives a brief on rocks and minerals which makes the students understand the process. Everything mentioned in the book is given in a straightforward manner. It includes pictures of rocks and minerals to know how it looks. It covers topics like geological processes, rock records and many more.
|7."Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology" by Edward J Tarbuck and Frederick K Lutgens|
|8."Essentials of Geology" by Frederick K Lutgens and Edward J Tarbuck|
|9."Geology: A Self-Teaching Guide" by Barbara W Murck|
“Geology: A Self-Teaching Guide” Book Review: This book acts as a guide for students who are new to geology. It starts with the basics such as the formation of rocks, minerals and fossil fuels. It also explains about the formation of volcanoes and tectonic plate movements. It contains more than hundreds of illustrations that clarify difficult concepts. It is an interactive source for the students to follow. This book includes quick quizzes to have self-tests for students.
|10."Geology" by James Geikie|
|11."A Textbook of Geology" by Mukerjee P K|
“A Textbook of Geology” Book Review: The book is a balanced piece of writing featuring both fundamental as well as advanced topics of geology quite efficiently. The chapters of this book are written in a reader-friendly and easy-to-understand manner thus enabling the readers to grab the complex concepts. The content of this book is supported with several illustrations, reference tables, and diagrams. The book will be a suitable text for the students pursuing various courses in geology.
|12."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.
2. Mathematical Geology
|1."Principles of Mathematical Geology" by A B Vistelius|
“Principles of Mathematical Geology” Book Review: The book is suitable for undergraduate students of mathematics. This book includes topics like mathematical geology and its development, organization of medium and typical structures. It also consists of random variables, absolutely continuous distributions and vector random variables.
|2."Studies in Mathematical Geology" by Andrew B Vistelius|
“Studies in Mathematical Geology” Book Review: The book is suitable for undergraduate students of mathematics. This book includes topics like mathematical geology and its development, organization of medium and typical structures. It also consists of random variables, absolutely continuous distributions and vector random variables.
|3."Topics in Mathematical Geology" by Mariya A Romanova|
“Topics in Mathematical Geology” Book Review: The book is based upon the study of mathematical geology. It can be useful to undergraduate students of mathematics. To enhance the understanding it also consists of chronicle and bibliography.
|4."Mathematical Geology and Geoinformatics: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 25" by Zhao Pengda and Agterberg|
“Mathematical Geology and Geoinformatics: Proceedings of the 30th International Geological Congress, Volume 25” Book Review: The book is a compilation of proceedings from the 30th International geological congress. It provides a knowledge hazards map probable from geology and image analytical systems.
|5."Statistical Methods for Estimating Petroleum Resources (International Association for Mathematical Geology Studies in Mathematical Geology)" by P J Lee|
“Statistical Methods for Estimating Petroleum Resources (International Association for Mathematical Geology Studies in Mathematical Geology)” Book Review: The book consists of procedures for determining the total hydrocarbon resource. It elaborates about the different methods used in these and all statistical concepts of it. It also contains various number of case studies for better understanding.
|6."Geostatistical Analysis of Compositional Data (International Association for Mathematical Geology Studies in Mathematical Geology)" by Vera Pawlowsky-Glahn and Richardo A Olea|
“Geostatistical Analysis of Compositional Data (International Association for Mathematical Geology Studies in Mathematical Geology)” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive theory and practical analysis of data. It contains those which have both spatial and compositional dependence.
|7."Mathematical Geology and Geological Information: Proceedings of the 27th International Geological Congress -- Invited Papers, Volume 20" by International Geological Congress|
“Mathematical Geology and Geological Information: Proceedings of the 27th International Geological Congress — Invited Papers, Volume 20” Book Review: This book contains proceedings of the 27th International geological congress.
|8."Evaluation of Uncertainties and Risks in Geology: New Mathematical Approaches for their Handling" by imusti|
“Evaluation of Uncertainties and Risks in Geology: New Mathematical Approaches for their Handling” Book Review: The book is designed for dealing with complexity of problems. The problems are such as uncertainty of finding oil, diamonds or other metals.
|9."Why Mathematical Geology?" by Walther Schwarzacher|
|10."Fractals in Petroleum Geology and Earth Processes (The Language of Science)" by C C Barton and P R La Pointe|
“Fractals in Petroleum Geology and Earth Processes (The Language of Science)” Book Review: The book provides various applications of fractals in petroleum research. It also offers from introduction to in-depth knowledge of the subject. It contains the spectrum of applications from petroleum exploration to production. The book also illustrates different aspects of geology.
|11."The Geology of Fluvial Deposits: Sedimentary Facies, Basin Analysis, and Petroleum Geology" by Andrew Miall|
“The Geology of Fluvial Deposits: Sedimentary Facies, Basin Analysis, and Petroleum Geology” Book Review: This book is a research text on the sedimentary geology of fluvial deposits. It discusses methods for study of these sediments. First, it gives a historical background of fluvial architecture. Then it tells us about the concepts of scale and methods of Architectural-Element Analysis. Elements of the overbank environment and those formed within channels have been taken into account. Fluvial Styles and Facies models have been discussed. Tectonic control of fluvial sedimentation and the things which lithofacies reveal about the climate are some of the major areas covered. Finally, sequence stratigraphy has been explored in detail.
3. Economic Geology
|1."Economic Geology: Economic Mineral Deposits" by U Prasad|
|2."Ore Geology, Economic Minerals and Mineral Economics" by S K Tiwari|
Ore Geology, Economic Minerals and Mineral Economics Book Review: Monetary minerals will be minerals of business esteem. Limestone, gypsum, phosphoric metal and marble are among significant financial minerals as are different kinds of building stones. Monetary mineral stores comprise of each degree and mdash;from mass materials or totals, in which a large portion of the stone or mineral is of business esteem and mdash;to stores of valuable metals (gold, silver, and so on) from which a couple ppm (or ppb on account of jewel desposits) are isolated and sold.This course reading in 2 volumes depends on different financial minerals and manages Ore Geology and Economic Minerals just as Mineral Economics. The topic of Vol. 1 is partitioned into three areas for centered examination. Segment An and ldquo;Resources/Mineral Resources and rdquo; gives general data about our mineral assets, while Section B and ldquo;Ore Geology and rdquo; depicts in adequate detail, metal development periods, metal beginning, metal liquids, structures, modes, constructions, tectonics and mineralization, auxiliary sulfide stores, and so on Segment C and ldquo;Economic Minerals and rdquo; comprises of far reaching conversations on stores of precious stone, gold, iron, manganese, tin, tungsten, copper, lead, zinc, bauxite, mica, limestone and phosphorite. Vol. 2 of the book is contained segments D, E and F. Keeping in view the advancement in sea life science just as expanding worries for climate, sea assets, manganese knobs and woodland assets have been exceptionally thought to be in Section D and ldquo;Ocean and Forest Resources and rdquo;. Area E and ldquo;Mineral Economics and rdquo; envelops characterization standards for mineral stores, geo-measurements, rules for mineral investigation and speculation, metal microscopy, preparing, and so on Lawful arrangements, public mineral strategy and mineral protection have additionally been incorporated alongside sea/ocean strategy and backwoods strategy. Area F and ldquo;Mineral Based Industries and rdquo; portrays in detail iron and steel, aluminum, concrete, compost, stubborn and rough industry need.The book is intended for the understudies, educators and scientists of Geology, Geography, Environmental Science and Mining Engineering at college level. It will likewise be of colossal assistance to understudies planning for serious assessments like UGC-CSIR (NET), GATE and SLET for JRF and lectureship qualification in colleges and schools just as GSI, ONGC, OIL, CIL, CGWB, NMDC, and so on and furthermore for managerial administrations (IAS, IPS, IFS, PCS, and so forth)
|3."An Introduction to Geology: With Multiple Choice Questions" by V S Joji|
An Introduction to Geology: With Multiple Choice Questions Book Review: The book contains two segments expressive and question bank segments. The unmistakable piece of the book contains compact and centered treatment of the distinctive sub-controls of Geology. The data introduced in this piece of the book covers Physical Geology, Geomorphology, Structural Geology, Geotectonics, Stratigraphy, Indian Geology, Paleontology, Geoinformatics, Crystallography, Physical Mineralogy, Chemical Mineralogy, Optical Mineralogy, Descriptive Mineralogy, Igneous Petrology, Sedimentology, Metamorphic Petrology, Geochemistry and Environmental Geology, Economic Geology, Exploration Geology, Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology. The book is profoundly valuable to workforce and understudies particularly the individuals who are getting ready for different serious assessments viz. UGC-CSIR, GATE, UPSC Geologists assessment, Indian Civil Services, Forest Services, different state level ofﬁcers’ and different assessments including UG and PG level University tests.
|4."Economic Geology Principles And Practice" by Pohl W L|
|5."Metals and Society: An Introduction to Economic Geology (Springer Geochemistry/Mineralogy)" by Nicholas Arndt and Clément Ganino|
Metals and Society: An Introduction to Economic Geology: 2 (Springer Geochemistry/Mineralogy) Book Review: In the second release Steve Kesler (University of Michigan) has been added as a writer to revise a few parts. The inspiration for this amended version is to all the more seriously address monetary issues that encompass the abuse of mineral assets. This accentuation gives the book a one of a kind character. With these areas Metals and Society manages issues that plague a lot of current science announcing – the pace of abuse of regular assets, the subject of when or if these assets will be depleted, the contamination and social unsettling influence that goes with mining, the trade offs and challenges that emerge from the blast of interest from China, India and other quickly non-industrial nations, and the ethical issues that encompass mining of metals in lesser created nations for utilization in the “principal world” nations. With its double character, the book will be valuable as an early on content for understudies in the studies of the planet and a reference volume for understudies, educators and specialists of geology, financial matters and the sociologies.
|6."Handbook of Port and Harbor Engineering: Geotechnical and Structural Aspects" by Gregory Tsinker|
Handbook of Port and Harbor Engineering: Geotechnical and Structural Aspects Book Review: This irreplaceable handbook gives best in class data and sound judgment rules, covering the plan, development, modernization of port and harbor related marine constructions. The plan systems and rules address the intricate issues and outline factors that ought to be thought of and remembered for proper plan situations.
|7."Alluvial Mining: The geology, technology and economics of placers" by E MacDonald|
|8."Economic Geology; Or, Geology In Its Relations To The Arts And Manufactures" by David Page|
Economic Geology: Or Geology in Its Relations to the Arts and Manufactures (Classic Reprint) Book Review: There are deals with agrarian geography, on building and embellishing stones, on mortars and concretes, on coal-mining, on veins and deposits, and on minerals and metallurgy; however to the extent the creator knows there is no broad composition on topography in its various relations to the Arts and Manufactures. As an instructor in a bustling focal point of incidental industry, he has encountered the need of such a work, and particularly of one adequately concise and precise to be utilized as aT ext-book; consequently the inception of the current volume. While essentially expected for the understudy of Applied Geology, it very well might be helpful to the agriculturist, developer, digger, structural architect, fabricating scientific expert, and other people who need to manage minerals and metals; and simultaneously may not be without interest to the overall peruser. The field of mechanical necessities is yearly broadening, and there are not many substances in the earths hull which are currently not gone to account in the diverse ventures of humanized life. An information on these substances their temperament, land position, and plenitude can’t neglect to be useful to the individuals who need to manage them; and some colleague with them, in an overall way, can as little neglect to hold any importance with the shrewd eyewitness of that logical innovation and modern ability which work so diligently to change over each result of nature into objects of utility and trimming.
|9."The Principles of Economic Geology" by William H Emmons|
The Principles of Economic Geology Book Review: This is a multiplication of a book distributed before 1923. This book may have intermittent flaws like absent or obscured pages, helpless pictures, deviant imprints, and so forth that were either important for the first curio, or were presented by the examining interaction. We accept this work is socially significant, and regardless of the defects, have chosen to bring it back into print as a component of our proceeding with obligation to the protection of printed works around the world. We appreciate your comprehension of the flaws in the conservation interaction, and expectation you appreciate this significant book.
|10."Engineering Geology: Principles and Practice" by David George Price and Michael de Freitas|
Engineering Geology: Principles and Practice Book Review: This content is aimed at the core of Engineering Geology where geography is utilized to recognize potential issues emerging from ground conditions. It portrays how to examine those conditions and to characterize a designing reaction that will either dodge or diminish or even dispose of the issues uncovered. The book presents the “higher perspective” that is so frequently inadequate with regards to when just site subtleties are free, however essential for satisfactory designing arrangements.