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by Edward A. Keller
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    Edward A. Keller
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    Charles E.Merrill Publishing International; 4th edition (May 1985)
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    576 pages
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    Earth Sciences
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Environmental geology. Environmental geology. by. Keller, Edward . 1942-; Burt, E. joint author. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Inside cover are listed, Common Conversion Factors which are useful to students. Students who become keenly interested in the subject may then take advanced courses in areas such as engineering.

Introduction to Environmental Geology. Edward A. Keller University of California, Santa Barbara. Eds academic honors include the Don J. Easterbrook Distinguished Scientist Award, Geological Society of America (2004), the Quatercentenary Fellowship from Cambridge University, England (2000), two Outstanding Alumnus Awards from Purdue University (1994, 1996), a Distinguished Alumnus Award from California State University at Fresno (1998), and the Outstanding Outreach Award from the Southern California Earthquake Center. Ed is a fellow of the Geological Society of America.

Currently, Dr. Keller's students are working on earthquake hazards, how waves of sediment move through a river system following disturbance, and geologic controld on habitat to endangered southern steelhead trout.

Having originally defined the Environmental Geology course, this is considered the most comprehensive yet readable book for your course level. He covers a wide range of topics, discussing everything from fundamental geologic principles to the specifics of environmental law and geologic hazards, from a truly environmental perspective.

Environmental Geology book. Having originally defined the Environmental Geology course, this text is considered the most serious, detailed, and readable book at this level. It continues to offer on of the comprehensive treatments - from fundamental geologic principles to the specifics of environmental law and geologic hazards - all from a truly environmental perspective.

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This was the textbook used for my college environmental geology course. This textbook covers some of the essential topics in environmental geology and is well written. Information was presented in a manner that made it understandable without being overbearing. I enjoyed reading this book and learning about various topics within the field of environmental geology.
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This book is well written and straight forward. It is a good book for an introduction to the environment, especially the impact of humans on the environment. It was an easy read.
This book is not cheap but it is worth every penny. This is a practical guide to environmental geology. Geologic processes and cycles are succinctly explained. Each photograph and diagram is utilitarian; no space is wasted on pictures of sailboats or overly cheerful hikers. From steep slope land use to forecasting volcanic activity, this book has it all. Geologic hazards and disaster preparedness is given especially thoughtful treatment. Buy it!
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This is a well-written book. It is also very interesting.
I bought this book for an environmental geology course at Idaho State University as part of my interdisciplinary studies in the environment. Keller's book is informative and comprehensive providing both wide coverage and indepth calculations and examples of how to measure environmental events quantitatively. The professor of the course used the book's material in class; however, he was often critical of the simplicity of the illustrations and graphs. I will keep the book as a reference for environmental processes and human impact on the environment. I will not read the book for pleasure, though. It is a text book and can put a reader to sleep quickly.