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One Million Things: Planet Earthby John Woodward
Synopses & Reviews
A photographic feast serves up imagery and information about all things planet Earth: from its place in the solar system, to what it's made of, to what grows in it and on it, to what hovers above it.
Following on the incredible success of One Million Things: A Visual Dictionary, this spectacular book features dynamic photographic spreads that beautifully showcase the rocks, minerals, streams, oceans, layers, clouds, ancient sediments, and brand-new islands that make up our planet. There are millions of things to learn about Planet Earth!
From sedimentary rock to the stratosphere, there are millions of things to learn about Earth. An incredible guide through the earth sciences, with unprecedented photography that brings information to life, this title takes a close look at the planet, from its place in the solar system to what grows in it and on it. Full color.
Table of Contents
Planet Earth — Rocks and minerals — Water and weather — Life zones — Human influence.
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