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Books currently available for review by Fellows

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  • The Anthropocene: A Multidisciplinary Approach, by Julia Adeney Thomas, Mark Williams & Jaz Zalasiewicz (2020), Polity Press, 233 pp. (pbk)
  • Rock Doctor: Adventures of a field geologist before 9/11, by John Cater (2021), Matador, 261 pp. (pbk)
  • Nature Fast and Nature Slow: How life works, from fractions of a second to billions of years, by Nicholas P. Money (2021), Reaktion Books Ltd., 198 pp. (hbk)
  • Carbon: One Atom’s Odyssey, by John Barnett (2021), No Starch Press, 48 pp. (hbk)
  • The Peak District: Landscape and Geology, by Tony Waltham (2021), Crowood Press, 160 pp. (ebook)
  • Sustainable Resource Management: Modern Approaches and Contexts, by Chaudhery Hussain & Juan Velasco-Munoz (eds, 2021), Elsevier, 470 pp. (eBook)
  • Governance of The World’s Mineral Resources: Beyond the Foreseeable Future, by Theo Henckens (2021), Elsevier, 468 pp. (eBook)
  • Foraminiferal Micropaleontology for Understanding Earth’s History, by Pratul Kumar Saraswati (2021), Elsevier, 329 pp. (eBook)
  • Methods and Applications in Petroleum and Mineral Exploration and Engineering Geology, by Said Gaci, Olga Hachay & Orietta Nicolis (eds, 2021), Elsevier, 410 pp. (eBook)
  • 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)
  • Development of Volcanic Gas Reservoirs: The Theory, Key Technologies and Practice of Hydrocarbon Development, by Qiquan Ran et al. (2018) Elsevier (Petroleum Industry Press, Gulf Professional Publishing), 1066 pp. (pbk)

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