March, 2005


EAS 100


(*Highly Recommended)

(+Especially Useful for Teachers)


(Organized in the following topic areas:  General Geoscience and Science, Earth Science, Oceanography, Meteorology and Atmospheric Science, Astronomy and Planetary Geology)




Abbott, P.L., Natural Disasters, 2nd Ed., WCB/McGraw-Hill, Boston, 397 pp., 1999.

Allègre, C., From Stone to Star: A View of Modern Geology, Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge, 287 pp., 1992.

*Asimov, I., Beginnings: The Story of Origins - of Mankind, Life, the Earth, the Universe, Berkley Books, New York, 289 pp., 1987.

Campbell, C.J. and J.H. Laherrère, The End of Cheap Oil, 78-83, Scientific American, March, 1998.

*Cloud, P., Cosmos Earth and Man: A Short History of the University, Yale University Press, New Haven, 372 pp., 1978.

Crutchfield, James P., et al., Chaos, Scientific American, December, 1986.

+De Vito, A. and G.H. Krockover, Creative Sciencing: Ideas and Activities for Teachers and Children, Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 257 pp., 1976.

Denny, M.W., Air and Water: The Biology and Physics of Life's Media, Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, 341 pp., 1993.

Doyle, H., Seismology, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 218 pp., 1995.

Eldredge, N., The Pattern of Evolution, W.H. Freeman & Co., New York, 219 pp., 1999.

*Emiliani, C., The Scientific Companion: Exploring the Physical World with Facts, Figures, and Formulas, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 287 pp., 1988.

Ernst, W.G., Earth Systems: Processes and Issues, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 566pp., 2000.

Gamow, G., One, Two, Three, Infinity: Facts and Speculations of Science, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 340 pp., 1974.

Gould, S.J. (General Editor), The Book of Life, W.W. Norton and Company, New York, 256 pp., 2001.

Harper, C.L., Environment and Society: Human Perspectives on Environmental Issues, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 443 pp., 1996.

Harre, R., Great Scientific Experiments, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 216 pp., 1983.

Harrington, J.W., To See a World, Holocene, Spartanburg, 155 pp., 1994.

+*Hazen, R.M. and J. Trefil, Science Matters: Achieving Scientific Literacy, Doubleday, New York, 294 pp., 1991.

Horgan, J., Universal truths, Scientific American, 109-117, October, 1990.

Horgan, J., Trends in Evolution: In the beginning …, Scientific American, 116-125, February, 1991.

Hurlbut, S., Jr. and R.C. Kammerling, Gemology, 2nd Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 336 pp., 1991.

League of Women Voters, The Nuclear Waste Primer: A Handbook for Citizens, (Revised Edition), Lyons & Burford, New York, 170 pp., 1993.

Mackenzie, F.T., Our Changing Planet: An Introduction to Earth System Science and Global Environmental Change, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, 496 pp., 1998.

+*Morrison, P., P. Morrison and Office of C. and Ray Eames, Powers of Ten, Scientific American Library, New York, 159 pp., 1982.

Murray, R.L., Understanding Radioactive Waste, (4th Edition), Battelle Press, Ohio, 212 pp., 1994.

National Academy of Sciences, Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 140 pp., 1998.

National Science Teachers Association, The Creation Controversy & the Science Classroom, NSTA Press, Arlington, 55 pp., 2000.

Oliver, J.E., The Incomplete Guide to the Art of Discovery, Columbia University Press, New York, 208 pp., 1991.

Osterbrock, D.E. and P.H. Raven, Origins and Extinctions, Yale University Press, New Haven, 119 pp., 1988.

+Project 2061, Science for All Americans, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 217 pp., 1989.

+*Rutherford, F.J. and A. Ahlgren, Science for All Americans, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 246 pp., 1990.

Shermer, M., Why People Believe Weird Things: Pseudoscience, Superstition, and Other Confusions of our Time, W.H. Freeman and Co., New York, 306 pp., 1997.

Tobin, W., Léon Foucault, 70-77, Scientific American, July, 1998.

Wegener, A., The Origin of Continents and Oceans, Dover Publications, Inc., New York, 246 pp., 1966.


Ahrens, T.J., The Origin of the Earth, Physics Today, 38-45, 1994.

*Alexander, R.M., Dynamics of Dinosaurs & Other Extinct Giants, Columbia University Press, New York, 167 pp., 1989.

*Alexander, R.M., How dinosaurs ran, Scientific American, 130-136, April, 1991.

Alvarez, L.W., Mass extinctions caused by large bolide impacts, Physics Today, 40, 24-33, 1987.

*Alvarez, W. and F. Asaro, An extraterrestrial impact, Scientific American, 78-84, October, 1990.

Atkinson, W., The Next New Madrid Earthquake: A Survival Guide for the Midwest, SIU Press, Carbondale, 1989.

Ausich, W.I. and N.G. Lane, Life of the Past, 4th Ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, 321 pp., 1999.

Bailey, R.H., and Editors of Time-Life Books, Glacier, Time-Life Books, Virginia, 176 pp., 1982.

Bakker, R., Cretaceous Park, Earth, 24-43, September, 1993.

Bakker, R.T., The Dinosaur Heresies, W. Morrow and Co., New York, 481 pp., 1986.

Bakker, R.T., Unearthing the Jurassic, in Science Year 1995, World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago, p. 76-89.

Bardintzeff, J.-M. and A.R. McBirney, Volcanology (2nd Edition), Jones and Bartlett Publ., Boston, 268 pp., 2000.

Barnes-Svarney, P., Righting the risk of radon, Earth Science, Publ. Of Am. Geophys. Un., 17-18, Fall, 1989.

Begley, S. with E. Yoffe, New Theories and Old Bones Reveal the Lifestyles of the Dinosaur, Newsweek, October 28, 1991, 52-58, 1991.

*Beus, S.S. and M.J. Morales (Eds.), Grand Canyon Geology, Oxford Press, New York, 288 pp., 1990.

Bloxham, J. and D. Gubbins, The evolution of the Earth's magnetic field, Scientific American, December-1989, 68-75, 1989.

Bodansky, D., M.A. Robkin and D.R. Stadler (Eds.), Indoor Radon and its Hazards, University of Washington Press, Seattle, 147 pp., 1987.

*Bolt, B.A., Inside the Earth, W.H. Freeman & Company, San Francisco, 191 pp., 1982.

+*Bolt, B.A., Earthquakes, (revised), W.H. Freeman & Company, New York, 331 pp., 1993.

*Bolt, B.A., W.L. Horn, G.A. Macdonald, R.F. Scott, Geological Hazards:  Earthquakes-Tsunamis-Volcanoes-Avalanches-Landslides-Floods, (2nd edition), Springer-Verlag, New York, 330 pp., 1977.

+Bonnet, R.L. and G.D. Keen, Earth Science:  49 Science Fair Projects, Tab Books, Inc., Blue Ridge Summit, 146 pp., 1990.

Brimhall, G., The Genesis of Ores, Scientific American, May-1991, 84-91, 1991.

*Brookins, D.G., The Indoor Radon Problem, Columbia Univ. Press, Irvington, NY, 229 pp., 1990.

+Bullard, F.M., Volcanoes of the Earth, University of Texas Press, Austin, 579 pp., 1976.

+British Museum (Natural History), Dinosaurs and Their Living Relatives, 2nd Edition, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 72 pp., 1985.

*Brown, G.C., C.J. Hawkesworth and R.C.L. Wilson (Eds.), Understanding the Earth, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 551 pp., 1992.

Bruchfield, J.D., Lord Kelvin and The Age of the Earth, Univ. of Chicago Press, Chicago, 267 pp., 1990.

Burnham, R., Arizona's meteor crater, Earth, 50-58, January, 1991.

+*Bryant, E.A., Natural Hazards, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 294 pp., 1992.

*Carpenter, K. and P.J. Currie, Dinosaur Systematics, Cambridge University Press, New York, 334 pp., 1992.

Cattermole, P., Building Planet Earth: Five Billion Years of Earth History, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 283 pp., 2000.

Chapman, D., Natural Hazards, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 174 pp., 1994.

+*Cloud, P., Oasis in Space: Earth History from the Beginning, W.W. Norton & Company, New York, 508 pp., 1988.

Condie, K.C., Plate Tectonics & Crustal Evolution, 3rd Edition, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 476 pp., 1989.

Corcoran, E., Cleaning Up Coal, Scientific American, May-1991, 106-116, 1991.

*Courtillot, V.E., A volcanic eruption, Scientific American, 85-92, October, 1990.

Courtillot, V., Evolutionary Catastrophes: The Science of Mass Extinction, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 173 pp., 1999.

Cowen, R., History of Life, Blackwell, Cambridge, MA, 470 pp., 1990.

+Culver, S.J., (Series Editor), The Age of Dinosaurs, Short Course in Paleontology, #2, K. Padian & D.J. Chure (Convenors), The Paleontological Society, 210 pp., 1989.

Cvancara, A.M., Sleuthing Fossils; The Art of Investigating Past Life, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 203 pp., 1990.

*Dalrymple, G.B., The Age of the Earth, Stanford University Press, Stanford, 474 pp., 1991.

Dalziel, I.W.D., Earth Before Pangea, Scientific American, 58-63, January, 1995.

Davidson, K. and A.R. Williams, Under our skin: Hot theories on the center of the Earth, Natl. Geogr., v. 189, January, 100-111, 1996.

Decker, R.W., T.L. Wright and P.H. Stauffer, Volcanism in Hawaii, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1350, v. 1 & 2, 1987.

Decker, R.W. and B. Decker, Volcanoes, Revised and updated version, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York, 285 pp., 1989.

+*Decker, R.W. and B.B. Decker, Mountains of Fire: The Nature of Volcanoes, Cambridge University press, Cambridge, 198 pp., 1991.

Decker, R. and B. Decker, Volcanoes in America’s National Parks, W.W. Norton and Company, New York, 256 pp., 2001.

Deery, R., Earthquakes & Volcanoes, The Natural Disaster Series, Good Apple, Inc., 42 pp., 1985.

+DeVito, A. and G.H. Krockover, Activities Handbook for Energy/Education, Goodyear Publishing Company, Inc., Santa Monica, 163 pp., 1981.

+Diagram Group, A Field Guide to Dinosaurs, Avon Books, New York, 256 pp., 1983.

Dickey, J.S., Jr., On the Rocks: Earth Science for Everyone, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 252 pp., 1996.

*Donovan, S.K., Mass Extinctions: Processes and Evidence, Columbia University Press, New York, 266 pp., 1989.

Dvorak, J., Hawaii's volcanoes: Windows into the Earth, Earth, 28-35, January, 1991.

Edwards, L.E. and J. Pojeta, Jr., Fossils, Rocks, and Time, U.S. Geological Survey, 25 pp., 1993.

*Emiliani, C., Planet Earth, Cambridge University Press, New York, 744 pp., 1992.

Erickson, J., Plate Tectonics: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Earth, Checkmark Books, New York, 289 pp., 2001.

*Ernst, W.G., The Dynamic Planet, Columbia University Press, New York, 281 pp., 1990.

Evans, D.L., E.R. Stofan, T.D. Jones and L.M. Godwin, Earth from Sky, Scientific American, 70-75, December, 1994.

*+Farndon, J., How the Earth Works, Reader's Digest, Pleasantville, New York, 192 pp., 1992.

Faul, H., Ages of Rocks, Planets, and Stars, Earth & Planetary Science Series, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 109 pp., 1966.

FEMA, Seismic Sleuths, American Geophysical Union, 367 pp., 1994.

Findley, R., (Asst. Ed.), Mountain with a death wish, National Geographic, 159, 3-33, 1981.

Findley, R. (Asst. Ed.), In the path of destruction, National Geographic, 159, 35-49, 1981.

Findley, R. (Asst. Ed.), ThedDay the sky fell, National Geographic, 150, 50-65, 1981.

Fisher, D.E., The Birth of the Earth: A Wanderlied Through Space, Time, and the Human Imagination, Columbia University Press, New York, 270 pp., 1987.

*Fisher, W.L., Future supply potential of US oil and natural gas, The Leading Edge, v. 10, 15-21, 1991.

Francis, B.M., Toxic Substances in the Environment, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 376 pp., 1994.

Francis, P., Volcanoes: A Planetary Perspective, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 443 pp., 1994.

Frankel, C., The End of the Dinosaurs: Chicxulub Crater and Mass Extinctions, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 223 pp., 1999.

Frohlich, C., Deep earthquakes, Scientific American, January-1989, 48-55, 1989.

Fuller, M.L., The New Madrid Earthquake: A Scientific Factual Field Account, U.S. Geological Survey, Govt. Printing Office, Washington, Bulletin 494, 1990.

+Gates, J.M., Consider the Earth, Teacher Ideas Press, Englewood, 198 pp., 1989.

+Gere, J.M. and H.C. Shah, Terra Non Firma: Understanding and Preparing for Earthquakes, W.H. Freeman & Company, New York, 203 pp., 1984.

+Getis, J. You Can Make a Difference, William C. Brown Publishers, 88 pp., 1991.

Gibson, M.M., Esq., Environmental Regulation of Petroleum Spills and Wastes, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 459 pp., 1993.

Gillette, D.D., Seismosaurus:  The Earth Shaker, Columbia University Press, Irvington, New York, 208 pp., 1994.

*Gillette, D.D. and M. Lockley, Dinosaur Tracks and Tails, Cambridge Univ. Press, New York, 471 pp., 1989.

Gleick, P.H., Water in Crisis: A Guide to the World's Fresh Water Resources, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 473 pp., 1993.

Goldsmith, D., Nemesis:  The Death-Star and other Theories of Mass Extinction, Walker, New York, 166 pp., 1985.

+Gore, R., Dinosaurs, National Geographic, January, v. 183, 2-54, 1993.

Gore, R., Living with California's faults, National Geographic, 187, 2-35, 1995.

Gould, J.L. and C.G. Gould, Life at the Edge:  Readings from Scientific American, W.H. Freeman & Company, New York, 162 pp., 1989.

Gould, S.J., Ontogeny and Phylogeny, Balknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 501 pp., 1977.

Hall, R.D., Geology of Indiana, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Iowa, 73 pp. plus figures, 1989.

Hambrey, M. and J. Alean, Glaciers, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 208 pp., 1992.

Hamilton, R.M. and A.C. Johnston (Eds.), Tecumseh's prophecy: Preparing for the next New Madrid Earthquake, U.S. Geol. Surv. Circ. 1066, 30 pp., 1990.

*Harris, A. and E. Tuttle, Geology of National Parks, (3rd edition), Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Iowa, 554 pp., 1983.

Harris, S.L., Fire Mountains of the West:  The Cascade and Mono Lake Volcanoes, Mountain Press Publishing Company, 379 pp., 1988.

*Harris, S.L., Agents of Chaos, Mountain Press Publishing Company, 260 pp., 1990.

Hartman, W.K. and R. Miller, The History of Earth, Workman Publ., New York, 261 pp., 1991.

Holland, H.D. and U. Petersen, Living Dangerously: The Earth, Its Resources, and the Environment, Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, 490 pp., 1995.

Horner, J.R. and D. Lessem, The Complete T Rex, Simon & Schuster, New York, 239 pp., 1993.

Hough, S.E., Earthshaking Science: What We Know (and Don’t Know) About Earthquakes, Princeton Univ. Press, Princeton, 238 pp., 2002.

Hubbard, H.M., The real cost of energy, Scientific American, 36-42, April, 1991.

Hyndman, R.D., Giant Earthquakes of the Pacific Northwest, Scientific American, v. 273, 68-75, December, 1995.

Jacobs, L., Quest for the African Dinosaurs, Villard Books, New York, 314 pp., 1993.

Johnston, A.C., A major earthquake zone on the Mississippi, Scientific American, April, 60-68, 1982.

+*Johnston, A.C., The Rift, the River and the Earthquake: The Story of the New Madrid Fault Zone, Earth, Premier Issue, January 1992.

Johnston, A.C. and L.R. Kanter, earthquakes in stable continental crust, Scientific American, March-1990, 68-75, 1990.

Kaufmann, J.S., R.C. Knott, and L. Bergman, River Cutters, Great Explorations in Math and Science (GEMS), Univ. California, Berkeley, 68 pp., 1989.

*Kearey, P. and F.J. Vine, Global Tectonics, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, 302 pp., 1990.

Keller, E.A., and N. Pinter, Active Tectonics: Earthquakes, Uplift, and Landscape, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, 338 pp., 1996.

Kovach, R.L., Earth's Fury: An Introduction to Natural Hazards and Disasters, Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, 214 pp., 1995.

Kunzig, Robert, Earth on ice, Discover, 54-61, April, 1991.

+Lambert, D., and the Diagram Group, The Field Guide to Prehistoric Life, Facts on File Publications, New York, 256 pp., 1985.

+Lambert, D. and the Diagram Group, The Field Guide to Geology, Facts on File Publications, New York, 256 pp., 1988.

Lane, N.G., Life of the Past, Third Edition, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, 334 pp., 1992.

Latter, J.H., The Biggest Eruptions on Earth, in Science Year 1995, World Book Encyclopedia, Chicago, p. 106-121.

+*Lean, G., D. Hinrichsen and A. Markham, World Wildlife Fund, Atlas of the Environment, Prentice Hall Press, New York, 192 pp., 1990.

Lee, D., The Mississippi's Delta, National Geographic, 164, 226-253, 1983.

Lemonick, M.D., How Man Began, Time, 80-87, March 14, 1994.

Levy, M. and M. Salvadori, Why the Earth Quakes, W.W. Norton & Co., New York, 215 pp., 1995.

Lichter, G., Fossil Collector's Handbook: Finding, Identifying, Preparing, Displaying, Sterling  Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 160 pp., 1993.

+Lind, K.K., Water, Stones, and fossil Bones, National Science Teachers Association, Washington, DC, 125 pp., 1991.

*Lockley, M., Tracking Dinosaurs, Cambridge Univ. Press, New York, 245 pp., 1991.

Lomnitz, C., Fundamentals of Earthquake Prediction, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 326 pp., 1994.

Lucas, S.G., Dinosaurs: The Textbook, William C. Brown Publishers, Dubuque, 290 pp., 1994.

Lyell, C., Principles of Geology, Vol. 1, Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago, 511 pp., 1990.

Macdonald, G.A., A.T. Abbott, F.L. Peterson, Volcanoes in the Sun: The Geology of Hawaii, 2nd Ed., Univ. Hawaii Press, 517 pp., 1983.

Macdonald, K.C. and P.J. Fox, The mid-ocean ridge, Scientific American, 72-79, June, 1990.

Macdougall, J.D., A Short History of Planet Earth:  Mountains, Mammals, Fire, and Ice, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 266 pp., 1996.

Mayr, H., A Guide to Fossils, (English translation by D. Dineley & G. Windsor), Princeton University Press, New Jersey, 256 pp., 1992.

McPhee, J., In Suspect Terrain, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, New York, 210 pp., 1982.

Miller, R., and Editors of Time-Life Books, Planet Earth:  Continents in Collision, Time-Life Books, Virginia, 176 pp., 1983.

*Moores, E.M., (Ed.), Shaping the Earth, Scientific American, Washington, DC, 206 pp., 1990.

*Muller, R., Nemesis: The Death Star, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, New York, 193 pp., 1988.

*Mungall, C. and D.J. McLaren (Eds.), Planet Under Stress, Oxford University Press, New York, 344 pp., 1991.

Mutch, T.A., Geology of the Moon, (revised), Princeton University Press, 391 pp., 1972.

Natural History, 13 articles by various authors on Dinosaurs, p. 28-73, June, 1995.

+*National Science Teachers Association, Earthquakes: A teacher's package for K-6 grades, NSTA Publications, Washington, DC, 1990.

+National Wildlife Federation, Ranger Rick's Nature Scope:  Digging into Dinosaurs, Washington, DC, 64 pp., 1984.

+National Wildlife Federation, Ranger Rick's Nature Scope:  Geology: The Active Earth, Washington, DC, 68 pp., 1987.

+National Wildlife Federation, Ranger Rick's Nature Scope:  Pollution: Problems & Solutions, Washington, DC, 85 pp., 1990.

+*Norman, D., Dinosaur, Prentice-Hall, New York, 199 pp., 1991.

Novacek, M.J., M. Norell, M.C. McKenna and J. Clark, Fossils of the Flaming Cliffs, Scientific American, 60-69, December, 1994.

+*Oosterman, M.A. and M.T. Schmidt (Eds.), Earth Science Investigations, American Geological Institute, Alexandria, 231 pp., 1990.

Oreskes, N., Plate Tectonics: An Insider’s History of the Modern Theory of the Earth, Westview Press, Boulder, 424 pp., 2001.

O'Rourke, T.D. (Ed.), The Loma Prieta, California, Earthquake of October 17, 1989 - Marina District, U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Paper 1551-F, 215 pp., 1992.

Paul, G.S., Giant Meteor Impacts and Great Eruptions:  Dinosaur Killers?, BioScience, v. 39, 162-161, 1989.

+*Penick, J.L., Jr., The New Madrid Earthquake, University of Missouri Press, Columbia, (revised edition), 176 pp., 1981.

Pinter, N., Exercises in Active Tectonics: An Introduction to Earthquakes and Tectonic Geomorphology, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, 166 pp., 1996.

Preiss, B. and R. Silverberg (Eds.), The Ultimate Dinosaur, Bantam Books, New York, 336 pp., 1992.

Rathje, W.L., Once and Future Landfills, National Geographic, v. 179, no. 5, 116-134, 1991.

Raup, D.M., Extinction: Bad Genes or Bad Luck?, W.W. Norton & Company, New York, 210 pp., 1991.

Redfern, R., The Making of a Continent, Companion to the PBS Series, American Geological Institute, 242 pp., 1983.

Reid, T.R., Kobe wakes to a nightmare, National Geographic, 188, 112-136, 1995.

Reiter, L., Earthquake Hazard Analysis: Issues and Insights, Columbia University Press, New York, 254 pp., 1990.

Rice, J.A. (Editor), Dinosaurs (a special section of Natural History Magazine), v. 104, 28-70, June, 1995.

Ritchie, D. and A.E. Gates, Encyclopedia of Earthquakes and Volcanoes, Checkmark Books, New York, 306 pp., 2001.

+Schatz, D., Dinosaurs: A Journey Through Time, Pacific Science Center, Seattle, 40 pp., 1987.

Schueler, D.G., Southern Exposure, Sierra, 42-49; 76, November/December, 1992.

*Scientific American Special Issue, The Dynamic Earth, Sept. 1983.

*Scientific American Special Issue, Managing Planet Earth, Sept. 1989.

*Scientific American Special Issue, Energy for Planet Earth, Sept. 1990.

*Sharp, R.P., Living Ice: Understanding Glaciers and Glaciation, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 225 pp., 1988.

Sharpton, V.L. and P.D. Ward, Eds., Global Catastrophes in Earth History: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Impacts, Volcanism, and Mass Mortality, Geol. Soc. Am. Spec. Pap. 247, 631 pp., 1990.

Sheler, J.L. and J.M. Schrof, The Creation: Religion's Search for a Common Ground with Science, U.S. News & World Report, December 23, 1991, 56-64, 1991.

Shelton, J.S., Geology Illustrated, W.H. Freeman & Company, New York, 434 pp., 1966.

Silver, P.G. and N.J. Valette-Silver, Detection of Hydrothermal Precursors to Large Northern California Earthquakes, Science, 257, 1363-1368, 1992.

Skinner, B.J. and S.C. Porter, The Dynamic Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology, 2nd Edition, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 570 pp., 1992.

Smith, A.L. and B.J. Lidsky, King Hubbert's Analysis Revisted:  Update of the Lower 48 Oil and Gas esouce Base, The Leading Edge, 1082-1086, November, 1993.

Smith, R.B. and L.J. Siegel, Windows into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 242 pp., 2000.

*Speidel, D.H., L.C. Ruedisili and A.F. Agnew (Eds.), Perspectives on Water: Uses and Abuses, Oxfod Univesity Pess, New Yok, 388 pp., 1988.

Stager, C., Africa's Great Rift, National Geographic, 177, 2-42, 1990.

Stanley, S.M., Earth and Life Through Time, 2nd Edition, W.H. Freeman and Company, New York, 689 pp., 1989.

*Stanley, S.M., Extinctions - Or, which way did they go?, Earth, 19-27, January, 1991.

Steiner, R., Probing an Oil-Stained Legacy, National Wildlife, 4-11, April/May, 1993.

Steinhart, P., A mountain burst and life changed: The legacy of Mount St. Helens, Audubon, 89-100, May, 1990.

Strain, P. and F. Engle, Looking at Earth, Turner Publishing, Atlanta, 304 pp., 1992.

*+Stroud, S.M. and J.C. Callister (Editors), Earth at Hand - A Collection of Articles from NSTA's Journals, NSTA, Washington, DC, 165 pp., 1993.

+Sunset Special Report, Getting ready for a big quake, 104-111, March, 1982.

+Sunset Magazine, Quake, Part I, October, 163-177, 1990.

+Sunset Magazine, Quake, Part II, November, 132-137, 1990.

Tabor, R.W., Geology of Olympic National Park, Pacific Northwest National Parks & Forest Association, Seattle, 144 pp., 1987.

Taylor, S.R. and S.M. McLennan, The Evolution of Continental Crust, Scientific American, 76-81, January, 1996.

Tilling, R.I., Volcanic Hazards, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, 123 pp., 1989.

Turco, R.P., Earth Under Siege: From Air Pollution to Global Change, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 525 pp., 1997.

+U.S. Geological Survey, The Next Big Earthquake, available from:  Earthquake, U.S. Geological Survey, 345 Middlefield Road, Menlo Pak, CA  94025, 1990.

Uyeda, S., The New View of the Earth: Moving Continents and Moving Oceans, W.H. Freeman and Company, San francisco, 217 pp., 1971.

van Andel, T.H., New Views on an Old Planet: Continental Drift and the History of the Earth, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 324 pp., 1985.

Van Burgh, D., E.N. Lyons and M. Boyington, Teach with Topographic Maps, NSTA, 23 pp., 1994.

+VanCleave, J., Earth Science for Every Kid, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 231 pp., 1991.

VanCleave, J., Volcanoes: Mind-Boggling Experiments You Can Turn Into Science Fair Projects, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 89 pp., 1994.

VanCleave, J., Dinosaurs for Every Kid, J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 224 pp., 1994.

Vogel, S., Naked Earth: The New Geophysics, Dutton, New York, 217 pp., 1995.

Walker, A.S., Deserts: Geology & Resources, U.S. Geological Survey, 60 pp., 1992.

Wallace, J., Book of Dinosaurs, American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York, 144 pp., 1995.

*Wallace, R.E. (Editor), The San Andreas Fault System, California, U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. 1515, U.S. Govt. Printing Office, Washington, DC, 283 pp., 1990.

Wellnhofer, P., Archaeopteryx, Scientific American, 70-77, May, 1990.

Wesson, R.L. and R.E. Wallace, Predicting the next great earthquake in California, Scientific American, 252, 35-43, 1985.

Wheelwright, J., Degrees of Disaster:  Prince William Sound, How Nature Reels and Rebounds, Yale University Press, New Haven, 348 pp., 1994.

White, R.S. and D.P. McKenzie, Volcanism at rifts, Scientific American, July-1989, 62-71, 1989.

Wood, C.A. and J. Kienle, Volcanoes of North America, Cambridge University Press, New York, 354 pp., 1992.

+World Resources Institute, World Resources, 1990-91, Oxford University Press, New York, 383 pp., 1990.

+World Resources Institute, Teacher's Guide to World Resources 1990-91: Comprehensive Coursework on the Global Environment, World Resources Inst., Washington, DC, 126 pp., 1990.

Wright, T.L. and T.C. Pierson, Living with Volcanoes: The U.S. Geological Survey's Volcano Hazards Program, U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1073, 57 pp., 1992.

Yeats, R.S., K. Sieh, and C.R. Allen, The Geology of Earthquakes, Oxford University Press, New York, 568 pp., 1997.

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