1 edition of Directory of current research in Irish geology. found in the catalog.
Directory of current research in Irish geology.
by Geological Survey of Irelandin association with the Irish National Committee for Geology of the Royal Irish Academy in [Dublin]
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by J.B. Archer.|
|Contributions||Archer, J. B., Geological Survey of Ireland., Irish National Committee for Geology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||78|
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The joy of the book is in the field trips. --Irish Mountain Log Excellent introduction to geology for the amateur and also a good refresher for the practicing geologist. --Institute of Geologists of Ireland newsletter About the Author/5(19).
I was disappointed in this book. I was hoping for something that would give me a general overview of the geology of Ireland. Even if it was only in the first chapter.
Unfortunately the first chapter is simply devoted to basic geological concepts. The rest of the book focuses on very specific and relatively small areas along the coasts of Ireland/5(18). 4 institutions in Ireland offering Geology courses.
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