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Geology of British Columbia

A Journey through Time

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  • ISBN: 9781553658153
  • Tags: JoAnne Nelson, Nature & Environment, Richard Cannings, Science, Sydney Cannings,
  • Dimensions: 5.875 x 8.375
  • Published On: 27/05/2011
  • 144 Pages
  • ISBN: 9781553658160
  • Tags: JoAnne Nelson, Nature & Environment, Richard Cannings, Science, Sydney Cannings,
  • Published On: 01/06/2011
  • 144 Pages
Description

The bestselling exploration of British Columbia's geology, extensively updated in this 2011 edition.

This book tells the story of the province's geology and the history of its living creatures. The first edition of Geology of British Columbia, with its accessible but rigorous science, struck a chord with readers. Since it was first published, theories about plate tectonics and the geological history of BC have evolved, and this new edition reflects the current thinking.

This book also features updated content throughout, seven new maps, and a number of new photographs. A brand new appendix lists and describes key geological sites in British Columbia, adding a field-guide component to this informative book that will engage readers and compel them to go see these rocks for themselves.

Sydney Cannings is a zoologist working on endangered species for Environment Canada in Whitehorse, Yukon. He has also worked as an endangered species specialist for the British Columbia government and as the curator of the Spencer Entomological Museum at the University of British Columbia.

Richard Cannings is a renowned naturalist, conservationist, and lecturer on birds and bird habitats. He works as a consulting biologist assessing endangered species and organizing bird population surveys, and he can be heard on the CBC Radio 1 program BC Almanac as its regular birding expert. He is the author of Birds of Interior BC and the Rockies, An Enchantment of Birds, and The Rockies: A Natural History, and is co-author of Birds of Southwestern British Columbia and British Columbia: A Natural History. He lives in Penticton, BC.