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For reviewers:

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Books currently available for review by Fellows:

(Fellows of the Society only please!)

             
    • NEW! All that Matters - Energy, by Paul L Younger.  November 2014 John Murray Learning Pbk 149pp
    • NEW! Arsenic - Environmental Geoschenistry, Mineralogy and Microbiology by Bowell R J et al., (eds),  Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry v. 79.  Mineralogical Society of America/Geochemical Society.  pbk 635pp.
    • NEW! The Anthropocene - the Human Era and How it Shapes our Planet, by Christian Schwagerl.  Synergetic Press 235pp, sbk.
    • NEW! Crystal Mountains – minerals of the Cairngorms by Roy E Starkey. 2014 British Mineralogy Publications 177pp, sbk.
    • NEW! Quaternary sea-level changes - a global perspective, by Murray-Wallace and Woodroffe.  Cambridge UP, 2014
    • NEW!  Mining in Devon & Cornwall - mines & men by Roger Burt et al., 2014 University of Exeter Press.
    • NEW! Aquatic Organic Matter Fluorescence, Ed by Paula Coble et al., 2014 Cambridge UP
    • Logging the Chalk by Rory N Mortimore 2014 Whittles Publishing. ISBN 9781849950985 357pp hbk
    • Frederick W Harmer: a scientific biography by John A Kington.  Apringer Briefs in Environment, Security, Development and Peace 19, 2014 ISBN 9783319077031 97pp sbk
    • Tectonic Evolution of the Oman Mountains (SP392) by Rollinson et al., 2014 Geological Society of London 471pp hbk
    • Sediment Provenance Studies in Hydrocarbon Exploration & Production by Scott et al., 2014, Geological Society of London SP 386420pp, hbk
    • Suffering the fire 2014 Barry Hotson.  Cillian Press, 246pp sbk.  A novel based on first hand experience of the Flixborough Disaster, when an oil refinery blew up causing many deaths - including that of the author's father - in 1974.
    • Formation, Detection & Characterization of Extrasolar Habitable Planets 2014 Nader Haghighipour (ed) IAU (CUP) 463pp hbk
    • The Finite-Difference Modelling of Earthquake Motions - Waves and Ruptures 2014 by Peter Moczo et al., Cambridge University Press 365pp hbk
    • Isotopic Studies in Cretaceous Research, by Bojar A-v et al. (Eds) Published by The Geological Society 2013 SP 382 221pp (hbk)
    • Remote Sensing of Volcanoes and Volcanic Processes: Integration Observation & Modelling, by Pyle D M et al., (Eds).  Published by The Geological Society SP 380 2013 360pp (hbk)
    • Thick Skin Dominated Orogens - from initial inversion to full accretion by Mencok, Mora & Cosgrove (eds)., 2013 Geological Society Special Publication 377 482pp (hbk)
    • The Seismic Analysis Code - a primer and user's guide.  By George Helfrich et al. Cambridge University Press 2013 173pp sbk.
    • Global Optimization Methods in Geophysical Inversion (2nd Ed) by Mrinal K Sen and Paul L Stoffa.  Cambridge University Press 2013 289pp hbk