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Books currently available for review by Fellows

Contact geoscientist@geolsoc.org.uk for information

  • She Sold Seashells, by Wolfgang Grulke (2023), At One Communications, 96 pp. (pbk)
  • Tectonic Archaeology: Subduction Zone Geology in Japan and its Archaeological Implications, by G.L. Barnes (2022), Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, 554 pp. (ebook)
  • Cave Biodiversity: Speciation and Diversity of Subterranean Fauna, by J. Judson Wynne (Ed., 2022), John Hopkins University Press, 352 pp. (hbk)
  • The Carboniferous Timescale, by S.G. Lucas et al. (Eds., 2022), Geological Society of London SP512, 1016 pp. (hbk)
  • Essex Rock, by Ian Mercer and Ross Mercer (2022), Pelagic Publishing, 416 pp. (pbk or ebook)
  • Sustainable Utilization of Carbon Dioxide in Waste Management, by A.-M. Mohamed et al. (2022), Elsevier, 606 pp. (ebook)
  • Large Igneous Provinces and their Plumbing Systems, by R.K. Srivastava et al. (Eds., 2022), Geological Society of London SP518, 600 pp. (hbk)
  • The Isle of Wight: Landscape and Geology, by John Downes (2021), The Crowood Press, 112 pp. (ebook)
  • The Old Red Sandstone, or, New Walks in an Old Field, by Hugh Miller (2021), National Museums Scotland, 576 pp. (pbk)
  • Applied Multidimensional Geological Modeling: Informing Sustainable Human Interactions with the Shallow Subsurface, by Alan Keith Turner et al. (Eds., 2021), Wiley and Sons Ltd, 672 pp. (hbk)
  • Geomagnetic Field Variations in the Past: New Data, Applications and Recent Advances, by E. Tema et al. (Eds., 2020), Geological Society of London SP497, 234 pp. (hbk)

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