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An Introduction to Structural Methods, is richly illustrated with animations, 3-D diagrams, geologic maps, and photographs all in full colour offering a new approach to teaching structural geology.
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An Introduction to Structural Methods, Version 1.1, narrated by the authors, is richly illustrated with 3-D diagrams, geologic maps, animations, and photographs all in full color offering a new approach to teaching structural geology.
A useful tool for your classroom, this DVD-ROM improves students' spatial reasoning skills while applying structural concepts and techniques. It also provides interactive quizzes that test students' comprehension of key concepts and terminology while encouraging their mastery of techniques working with the types of problems they will likely confront as practicing geologists. Version 1.2 is compatible with Mac OS® X Yosemite (10.10).
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System Requirements: Macintosh: PowerPC™ G4, G5 or Intel® processor; RAM: 512 MBytes; Mac OS® X 10.4.11 or later (including QuickTime). *A DVD-ROM drive is required. Windows: Intel® Pentium® 4 or faster processor (or equivalent); RAM: 512 MBytes; Windows® XP Service Pack 2, Vista®, 7, or 8.1.