Earth Online: An Internet Guide for Earth Science
by Michael Ritter
Publisher: Wadsworth Pub Co 1997
Number of pages: 264
This was the first Internet guide written exclusively for the earth sciences. Whether this text is used for Internet homework exercises, lab exercises or strictly for students to explore on their own time, Earth Online will open students eyes to the wealth of information that is literally at their fingertips.
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