Exploring the Earth under the Sea
by Neville Exon (ed.)
Publisher: ANU Press 2017
Number of pages: 230
Exploring the Earth under the Sea brings to life the world's largest and longest-lived geological research program, which has been drilling over many decades at many locations deep below the ocean floor to recover continuous cores of sediment and rock. Study of these materials has helped us understand how the Earth works now, how it has worked in the past and how it may work in the future.
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