Chapter 1, Setting the Stage for Learning about the Earth

Chapter 2, The Way the Earth Works: Examining Plate Tectonics

Chapter 4, Minerals, Rocks, and the Rock Cycle

Chapter 5, Using Igneous Rocks to Interpret Earth History

Chapter 6, Using Sedimentary Rocks to Interpret Earth History

Chapter 7, Interpreting Metamorphic Rocks

Chapter 9, Working with Topographic Maps

Chapter 10, Landscapes Formed by Streams

Chapter 11, Glacial Landscapes

Chapter 12, Groundwater as a Landscape Former and Resource

Chapter 13, Processes and Landforms in Arid Environments

Chapter 14, Shoreline Landscapes

Chapter 15, Interpreting Geologic Structures on Block Diagrams, Geologic Maps, and Cross Sections

Chapter 16, Earthquakes and Seismology

Chapter 17, Interpreting Geologic History: What Happened and When Did It Happen?

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