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Introducing Sedimentology

Product Code: MPBIS
Series: Miscellaneous titles
Author/Editor: By Stuart Jones
Publication Date: 15 January 2015
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Published by Dunedin Academic Press.

Paperback, 86 pages, 220 x 220mm

Sediments and sedimentary rocks are fundamental to our understanding of the Earth and the array of environments that characterize its surface. Since some 70% of the rocks on the Earth’s surface are sedimentary in origin and sediments are of great economic importance, there is a very good chance that we encounter a sedimentary rock or an associated sedimentary process at some point very day of our lives.

Introducing Sedimentology
covers all of the rudimentary aspects of sedimentology including different types of sedimentary rocks, sedimentary structures and environments of deposition of sediments. The application of sedimentology in the search for hydrocarbons and other valuable economic resources is explained.

Written for students, amateur enthusiasts and professional geologists, Introducing Sedimentology provides a succinct and accessible introduction to the science of sedimentology. It is generously illustrated with many explanatory line diagrams and colour photographs. Technical terms are kept to a minimum throughout the book, but a glossary of the terms used is provided.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN:
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9781780460178
Publisher: Dunedin Academic Press
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 86
Weight: 0.45 kg


1. What is Sedimentology?

2. Sediment to sedimentary rock

3. Sedimentary structures

4. The sedimentary environments

5. Fossils and sediments

6. The riches from sedimentary rocks.


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