Continental Drift

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at March 31, 2017
Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building (repost)

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building by Frisch, Martin Meschede, and Ronald C. Blakey
English | 2010 | ISBN: 3540765034 | 180 pages | PDF | 119 MB

Alfred Wegener: Creator of the Continental Drift Theory (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at Oct. 3, 2016
Alfred Wegener: Creator of the Continental Drift Theory (Repost)

Alfred Wegener: Creator of the Continental Drift Theory by Lisa Yount
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications | 2009 | ISBN: 0816061742 | 160 pages | PDF | 5,6 MB

When German meteorologist Alfred Wegener first proposed his groundbreaking theory of continental displacement, later called continental drift, in 1912, his geologist peers rejected his theory because the field of geology at the turn of the century was based in 18th- and 19th-century observations about the nature of the earth and the planet's development.
The Continental Drift Controversy: Paleomagnetism and Confirmation of Drift (Volume 2) (repost)

The Continental Drift Controversy: Paleomagnetism and Confirmation of Drift (Volume 2) by Henry R. Frankel
English | ISBN: 0521875056 | 2012 | PDF | 541 pages | 10,9 MB

Resolution of the sixty year debate over continental drift, culminating in the triumph of plate tectonics, changed the very fabric of Earth Science. This four-volume treatise on the continental drift controversy is the first complete history of the origin, debate and gradual acceptance of this revolutionary theory.
The Continental Drift Controversy: Paleomagnetism and Confirmation of Drift (Volume 2)

Henry R. Frankel, "The Continental Drift Controversy: Paleomagnetism and Confirmation of Drift (Volume 2)"
Publisher: | ISBN: 0521875056 | 2012 | PDF | 541 pages | 10.9 MB

The Continental Drift Controversy, Volume 4: Evolution into Plate Tectonics  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by advisors at April 23, 2013
The Continental Drift Controversy, Volume 4: Evolution into Plate Tectonics

The Continental Drift Controversy, Volume 4: Evolution into Plate Tectonics By Henry R. Frankel
2012 | 575 Pages | ISBN: 110701994X | PDF | 12 MB

The Continental Drift Controversy, Volume 3: Introduction of Seafloor Spreading  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by advisors at April 23, 2013
The Continental Drift Controversy, Volume 3: Introduction of Seafloor Spreading

The Continental Drift Controversy, Volume 3: Introduction of Seafloor Spreading By Henry R. Frankel
2012 | 492 Pages | ISBN: 0521875064 | PDF | 8 MB

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Specialselection at Jan. 25, 2013
Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building (Repost)

"Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building"
Wolfgang Frisch, Martin Meschede, Ronald C. Blakey

English | 2010-12-22 | ISBN: 3540765034 | 217 pages | PDF | 119 mb

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tot167 at April 23, 2011
Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building (repost)

Frisch, Martin Meschede, and Ronald C. Blakey, "Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building"
Sp–er | 2010 | ISBN: 3540765034 | 180 pages | PDF | 119 MB

Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tot167 at Nov. 13, 2010
Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building

Frisch, Martin Meschede, and Ronald C. Blakey, "Plate Tectonics: Continental Drift and Mountain Building"
Sp–er | 2010 | ISBN: 3540765034 | 180 pages | PDF | 116 MB
Alfred Wegener: Creator of the Continental Drift Theory (Makers of Modern Science)

Alfred Wegener: Creator of the Continental Drift Theory (Makers of Modern Science)
Lisa Yount | ISBN: 0816061742 | PDF | 177 pages | May 2009 | 5 MB

When German meteorologist Alfred Wegener first proposed his groundbreaking theory of continental displacement, later called continental drift, in 1912, his geologist peers rejected his theory because the field of geology at the turn of the century was based in 18th- and 19th-century observations about the nature of the earth and the planet's development. Wegener's theory of continental drift proposed that the enormous landmasses slowly moved on the earth's surface over millions of years. His idea explained countless observations made about the earth, from how the continents formed, to what causes earthquakes, to how the earth's surface continues to change. An itinerant explorer, Wegener traveled around the world, and he died while on a polar mission in Greenland. It wasn't until decades after his death that the continental drift theory proved fruitful to other scientists in the 20th century. In "Alfred Wegener", learn how this daring adventurer pieced together a theory that later revolutionized the Earth sciences.