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Geology and Meteorology


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Our Patchwork Planet
Our Patchwork Planet
by Henel Roney Sattler
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"A comprehensive introduction to plate tectonics, written in a beautifully balanced style. Neither too complicated, nor too simple, Sattler formulates information in a way that is lucid without being dull. The topics covered include the appearance of the... (read more)

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Geology Rocks!: 50 Hands-On Activities to Explore the Earth (Kaleidoscope Kids Books)
Geology Rocks!: 50 Hands-On Activities to Explore the Earth (Kaleidoscope Kids Books)
by Cindy Blobaum
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Kids dig into the ever-changing earth, exploring its red-hot center to the top of the tallest volcano, discovering how geology relates to their lives every day!... (read more)

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Dino Babies! (Random House Picturebacks)
Dino Babies! (Random House Picturebacks)
by Robert T. Bakker
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Were Dinosaurs good parents? Were newly hatched dinos left to fend for themselves, like baby turtles? Or were they protected until they were fully grown, like baby eagles? Citing specific examples from the fossil record and making comparisons with living... (read more)

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Mighty Minerals (Rock On!: A Look at Geology)
Mighty Minerals (Rock On!: A Look at Geology)
by Christine Petersen
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Dig into the world of geology with the Rock On! series! Mighty Minerals introduces readers to what minerals are, how they form, and how we use them today. Chapters discuss how to identify minerals, including color, luster, streak, fracture, hardness... (read more)

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Avalanche (Nature in Action)
Avalanche (Nature in Action)
by Stephen Kramer
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Discusses different types of avalanches, how they form, where they happen, and how to keep safe when traveling in snowy mountains.... (read more)

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Rocks and Minerals (Mission: Science)
Rocks and Minerals (Mission: Science)
by William B. Rice
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- Sidebars - Activity - Timeline - Important People - Book List - Table of Contents, Glossary, and Index - Relevant Web sites at www.FactHound.com - National Academy Press. National Science Education Standards. Washington, DC: National Academy Press... (read more)

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Volcanoes
Volcanoes
by Seymour Simon
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Do you think of volcanoes as simply big mountains with lava streaming over their tops? Not all of them are like that. Some are covered in ice, and some look like nothing more than deep blue lakes. Some have not erupted in living memory and still may... (read more)

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Rocks (Earth Science)
Rocks (Earth Science)
by Melanie Ostopowich
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What are the three main types of rock? Where are the most unique rock formations found? What does it take to become a geologist? Readers will find the answers to these questions and more in Rocks. Students can discover the fascinating planet we live on... (read more)

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Mysteries of the Fossil Dig: How Paleontologists Learn about Dinosaurs (National Geographic Science Chapters)
Mysteries of the Fossil Dig: How Paleontologists Learn about Dinosaurs (National Geographic Science Chapters)
by Pamela Rushby
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Geysers: What They Are and How They Work
Geysers: What They Are and How They Work
by T Scott Bryan
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Bryan explains the geological setting that produces the pressure, heat, and abundant water necessary for a geyser to form and introduces readers to the variables that shape each geyser's distinct personality. Includes old photos of many now-extinct... (read more)

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Mountains (Pebble Plus: Natural Wonders)
Mountains (Pebble Plus: Natural Wonders)
by Kimberly M. Hutmacher
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Rocky peaks rise above earths surface. Mountains come in all shapes and sizes. Read Mountains to learn how these landforms take shape.... (read more)

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How Does It Happen #1: How Does a Volcano Become an Island?
How Does It Happen #1: How Does a Volcano Become an Island?
by Linda Tagliaferro
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These fascinating titles explore the causes and effects that shape our world. From the underwater volcanoes that sprout into islands, to the rushing waterfalls that soark electric currents, this series demonstrates how both natural and man-made phenomena... (read more)

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A Handful of Dirt
A Handful of Dirt
by Raymond Bial
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Soil may not be alive, but amazingly, multitudes of microscopic creatures live there, battling it out in an eat-or-be-eaten world. These tiny creatures, invisible to our eyes, provide food for the insects that in turn feed the reptiles and mammals that... (read more)

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Volcanoes and Earthquakes (Wild Nature)
Volcanoes and Earthquakes (Wild Nature)
by Monalisa Sengupta
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Curriculum-based Earth Science content is given a visually compelling treatment in this engaging title that includes the intriguing legends behind earthquakes and volcanoes.... (read more)

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An Island Grows
An Island Grows
by Lola M Schaefer
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This is the story of the birth of an island, from the first red-hot glow of magma at the bottom of the ocean, to the flowing lava that hardens and builds up higher and higher until, finally, it breaks through the water′s surface.... (read more)

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Volcanoes & Earthquakes (Insiders)
Volcanoes & Earthquakes (Insiders)
by Ken Rubin
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INsiders brings volcanoes and earthquakes to life, with the most up-to-date information and state-of-the-art 3-D illustrations that practically leap off every page, stimulating minds and imaginations in a whole new way.... (read more)

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Rocks and Minerals (Eyewitness Experts)
Rocks and Minerals (Eyewitness Experts)
by Dk
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Written by today's experts for the experts of tomorrow, Eyewitness Experts are great big gift packs that blitz the top-selling topics children really love. Open them up and you'll find everything you need to nurture their interest, whether novice or nerd.... (read more)

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Volcanic Rocks
Volcanic Rocks
by Connor Dayton
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Bright photographs and kid-friendly text introduce students to volcanic rocks and are sure to inspire a closer look at the world of geology.... (read more)

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Anatomy of an Earthquake (Disasters)
Anatomy of an Earthquake (Disasters)
by Renee C. Rebman
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The rumbling ground could only mean one thing: an earthquake. Learn about where and how earthquakes form, how scientists predict them, how structures are built to withstand them, and more.... (read more)

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Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tsunamis: Projects and Principles for Beginning Geologists
Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tsunamis: Projects and Principles for Beginning Geologists
by Matthys Levy
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Earthquakes, volcanoes, and tsunamis dont happen every day, so how can budding scientists study how they work? Through experiments, models, and demonstrations. This in-depth resource will teach readers how to build a seismograph to record a simulated... (read more)

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