Let the European expedition begin! Comprised of more than 40 countries, the continent of Europe is home to some of the most interesting landforms on Earth. Explore Europe features an amazing array of this continent's many peninsulas, mountain systems, bodies of water, and biomes including the tundra, steppes, forests, and their animals.
Plants are living things that grow and change. Over time, plants have made remarkable adaptations to suit the habitats in which they live. Simple text and beautiful images highlight how plants have adapted to life in the Arctic, in aquatic environments, and in other habitats such as those in deserts and grasslands.
In 1912, German meteorologist Alfred Wegener proposed that the continents were once a single land mass but had slowly moved apart over millions of years. This fascinating book examines the scientific process behind Wegeners theory and how it challenged prevailing views of the time. Learn how years after Wegeners death his theory was embraced by scientists and is now the basis for modern earth science.
This Book Goes Into Great Detail About The Different Layers Of Our Earth And How The Shifting Tectonic Plates Can Cause Disasters Such As Earthquakes And Tsunamis. In Depth Information And Great Photographs Reinforce The Informative Text.
In This Title Students Will Learn In Depth Information About The Three Layers Our Earth Is Made Of. Introduces Students To How The Tectonic Plates, Wind, And Water Are Constantly Changing Our Landscape. Gives Detailed Information On How Scientists Think Our Earth Was Formed And Has Evolved.
This Ever Popular Subject Is Explained In Detail In This Wonderful Book. How The Earth Is Made From Rock, The Three Different Types Of Rock And How They Are Made And Where They Can Be Found. Talks About How Fossils Are Formed From Sediment And What Role That Plays In Helping Us Learn About Life Long Ago. Talks About How These Fossilized Plants And Animals Became The Fossil Fuels That Are So Important To Our Present And Future Life On Earth.
Wind and water erosion are responsible for constantly changing shorelines. Reading Essentials in Science.