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📒A Photographic Atlas Of Histology ✍ Michael J. Lefoffe
✏A Photographic Atlas of Histology Book Summary : A Photographic Atlas of Histology, 2e by Michael J. Leboffe is designed for use in undergraduate histology and human anatomy courses. It serves as a convenient visual reference and is of particular value to students in a laboratory setting. Commercially available microscope slides are used to photograph, so images represent the quality and diversity of what a student is actually likely to encounter in the laboratory; pathological specimens have not been used.
📒Microscopic Anatomy Of The Dog ✍ William S. Adam
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📒A Photographic Atlas For Physical Anthropology ✍ Paul Frederick Whitehead
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📒A Photographic Atlas Of Histology ✍ Michael J. Leboffe
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📒Fault Related Rocks ✍ Arthur W. Snoke
✏Fault related Rocks Book Summary : This is a richly illustrated reference book that provides a unique, comprehensive, and up-to-date survey of the rocks and structures of fault and shear zones. These zones are fundamental geologic structures in the Earth's crust. Their rigorous analysis is crucial to understanding the kinematics and dynamics of the continental and oceanic crust, the nature of earthquakes, and the formation of gold and hydrocarbon deposits. To document the variety of fault-related rocks, the book presents more than six hundred photographs of structures ranging in scale from outcrop to submicroscopic. These are accompanied by detailed explanations, often including geologic maps and cross sections, contributed by over 125 geoscientists from around the world. The book opens with an extensive introduction by Arthur W. Snoke and Jan Tullis that is itself a major contribution to the field. Fault-related rocks and their origins have long been controversial and subject to inconsistent terminology. Snoke and Tullis address these problems by presenting the currently accepted ideas in the field, focusing on deformation mechanisms and conceptual models for fault and shear zones. They define common terminology and classifications and present a list of important questions for future research. In the main, photographic part of the book, the editors divide the contributions into three broad categories, covering brittle behavior, semi-brittle behavior, and ductile behavior. Under these headings, there are contributions on dozens of subtopics with photographs from localities around the world, including several "type" areas. The book is an unrivaled source of information about fault-related rocks and will be important reading for a broad range of earth scientists, including structural geologists, petrologists, geophysicists, and environmental specialists. Originally published in 1998. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
📒A Photographic Atlas Of Selected Regions Of The Milky Way ✍ Edward Emerson Barnard
✏A Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way Book Summary : Edward Emerson Barnard's Photographic Atlas of Selected Regions of the Milky Way was originally published in two volumes in 1927. Together, these volumes contained a wealth of information, including photographic plates of the most interesting portions of the Milky Way, descriptive text, charts and data. Only 700 copies were printed, making the original edition a collector's item. Reproduced in print for the first time, this edition combines both volumes of Barnard's Atlas. It directly replicates Barnard's text, and contains high-resolution images of the original photographic plates and charts, reordered so that they can be seen together. It also includes a biography of Barnard and his work, a Foreword and Addendum by Gerald Orin Dobek describing the importance of the Atlas and additions to this volume, and a pull-out section with a mosaic of all 50 plates combined in a single panorama.
📒A Photographic Atlas Of The Moon ✍ William Henry Pickering
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📒Anatomy ✍ Johannes Wilhelm Rohen
✏Anatomy Book Summary : This atlas features photographs of actual cadaver dissections, with accompanying schematic drawings and diagnostic images. The photographs depict anatomic structures more realistically than illustrations in traditional atlases and show students what they will see in the dissection lab.
✏Typical Files A Photographic Atlas of Diptera Including Aphaniptera Book Summary :
📒Volcanic Landforms And Surface Features ✍ Jack Green
✏Volcanic Landforms and Surface Features Book Summary : THIS BOOK, conceived by N. M. S. , is patterned this atlas, namely to assemble into a single source after The Atlas and Glossary of Primary Sedi book a photographic record of nearly all volcanic mentary Structures by F. J. Pettijohn and P. E. Potter surface features described during the development (Springer-Verlag New York, Inc. ). We introduce of volcanology so that future workers on terrestrial this atlas with a chapter by the late Arie Polder problems can refer to these photos for comparative vaart treating the principal concepts of volcanoes or illustrative purposes. as landforms, followed by a main section of photo Also, we hope that this atlas will serve as an aid graphs of volcanic structures and features arranged to those engaged in learning or teaching the funda in 198 Plates, and then conclude with an up mentals of geology and its sub fields, such as petro dated glossary of terms associated with volcan logy or geophysics. To this end we have attempted ology, its processes and products. to create a book simple and general enough to be The atlas is, in a sense, an outgrowth of the useful even at the secondary school level, but with expanding interest in volcanology recently stimu sufficient detail and rigor to be acceptable to both lated by the exploration of neighboring planetary students and professors in the universities. Further, bodies in the solar system.