1 edition of Caribbean geological investigations. Edited by Harry H. Hess [and others] found in the catalog.
Caribbean geological investigations. Edited by Harry H. Hess [and others]
|LC Classifications||QE 220 C3 1966|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||310 p. ill., maps|
|Number of Pages||310|
Overview. Published since , Geology features rapid publication of about 23 refereed short (four-page) papers each month. Articles cover all earth-science disciplines and include new investigations and provocative topics. Professional geologists and university-level students in the earth sciences use this widely read journal to keep up with scientific research trends. This overview of Caribbean geography opens a door to a wonderful and varied area of the world. For the serious student of geology or the traveller, this book provides technical information and excellent descriptions of the islands. It also illustrates the geological differences in the region. Excellent!Cited by: 5.
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Harry Hammond Hess ( – Aug ) was a geologist and a United States Navy officer in World War II.. Considered one of the "founding fathers" of the unifying theory of plate tectonics, Rear Admiral Harry Hammond Hess was born on , in New York is best known for his theories on sea floor spreading, specifically work on relationships between island arcs Nationality: United States. Pensee: H. H. Hess and My Memoranda Harry H. Hess, - Once when I mentioned the Vening Meinesz submarine expedition for gravitational measurements in the Caribbean in the 's, during which, paradoxically, a positive anomaly was regularly detected and the greater it was the deeper was the sea, or the less mass there was, Hess. Geology and Hydrogeology of the Caribbean Islands Aquifer System of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands By ROBERT A. RENKEN1, W.C. WARD2, I.P. GILL3, FERNANDO GÓMEZ-GÓMEZ1, JESÚS RODRÍGUEZ-MARTÍNEZ1, and others REGIONAL AQUIFER-SYSTEM ANALYSIS—CARIBBEAN ISLANDS U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER
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Edited by R. Shagam [and others.] Caribbean geological investigations, by H.H. Hess [et al.] by Harry Hammond Hess.Caribbean geological evolution. report of a workshop to define Caribbean geological problems, needed investigations, and initiatives for ocean drilling: November, Oracabessa, Jamaica This book provides a comprehensive overview of the geological evolution of the Northern Andes and contiguous shield areas, with a focus upon.You can write a book review and ebook your experiences.
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