Plate Tectonics by Kåre Kullerud

Small book cover: Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Publisher: University of Michigan
Number of pages: 67

Introductory flash-based, online book on plate tectonics - the movement of litosphere plates. Students using this book can see continents collide and watch what happens at the mid-ocean ridge. Fantastic full-color illustrations.

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