Book Title: Physical Geology, First University of Saskatchewan Edition

Subtitle: Adapted from Physical Geology written by Steven Earle for the BCcampus Open Textbook Project

Author: Karla Panchuk

Book Description: Physical Geology is a comprehensive introductory text on the physical aspects of geology, including rocks and minerals, plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, mass wasting, climate change, planetary geology and much more. It has a strong emphasis on examples from western Canada. It is adapted from "Physical Geology" written by Steven Earle for the BCcampus Open Textbook Program. To access links to download PDF files, click the Read Book button below.

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Physical Geology is a comprehensive introductory text on the physical aspects of geology, including rocks and minerals, plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, mass wasting, climate change, planetary geology and much more.  It has a strong emphasis on examples from western Canada.  It is adapted from “Physical Geology” written by Steven Earle for the BCcampus Open Textbook Program.

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Physical Geology, First University of Saskatchewan Edition
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Karla Panchuk
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Unless otherwise noted, the this edition of this book is released under a  Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License also known as a CC BY 4.0 license. This means you are free to copy or redistribute this book.  Under this license, anyone who redistributes this textbook can do so for free providing they properly attribute the book as follows:

Physical Geology, 3rd Adapted Edition by Karla Panchuk used under a CC BY 4.0 international license.

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Cover image: A stream near Golden BC where water has smoothed and eroded rocks, highlighting bedding planes. Image credit: Karla Panchuk CC BY 4.0