Thirty-eight authors writing on a huge range of topics, from starting out as a geophysicist in Calgary in the 1970s to the geophysical insights in Leonardo da Vinci's notebooks. This book will especially appeal to anyone studying geophysics, and anyone who works with geophysicists.
The third book in the series took it in a new direction, with several strongly research-focused essays, as well as truly applied methods (including forensic palynology!). There are essays on microplankton, plants, mice, trace fossils, ammonites, and of course dinosaurs. Accessible to all.
The latest addition to the family, published in September 2016. Building on the essays in 52 Things... Geophysics, this book explores the relatively new science of quantiative interpretation, with insights and advice from 46 seasoned geoscientists all over