Journeys From The Centre Of The Earth

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Random House, 31. aug. 2012 - 240 sider
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Man with hammer, rucksack and GSOH offers gritty adventure holidays. Looking for sun, sea, sand and - science.

Scheduled to tie in with a major new BBC series, Hot Rocks explores the Mediterranean - the cradle of western civilisation - and discovers alongside its tranquil, sun-lapped shores, one of the most volatile places on an ever-changing earth. The Mediterranean we know today has been forged in a violent crucible of clashing continents, rising mountains, restless seas and a turbulent climate. Millions of Britons are drawn to the Mediterranean every year and whether they go for the beautiful scenery and relaxing beaches or the culture and architecture or food, none of it would be there were it not for geology. Forward-thinking geologist and television presenter Dr Iain Stewart, uncovers the hidden Mediterranean and brings a fresh and dramatic eye to geology to show just why it is that geology should be restored to its rightful place as the grandfather of sciences. From earthquakes and volcanoes to Roman architecture and cuisine, Iain discovers just how geology has shaped our lives and how we can expect it to affect us in years to come.

 

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Dr Iain Stewart is an honorary research fellow at Glasgow University's centre for geoscience. He is one of the presenters for the BBC series Rough Science and can also be seen presenting Horizon. He lives with his family in Glasgow.

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