By W. M. Telford
The content material of this booklet is past reproach - sturdy, specified sturdy technical details. that is why i purchased it. it's kind of past me as a geologist yet I will not outgrow its content material and that fits me positive. i used to be disenchanted via the booklet caliber although. I knew it used to be a paperback, however it turns out a very flimsy paperboard, and for a e-book of this dimension and density, it quite wishes a hardback or a stiffer, more durable paperback conceal. this can be a operating booklet which would turn out in a box camp, and for US$70, i might get pleasure from a hardback. extra importantly, the textual content caliber is terrible, as are the pictures. I in comparison it to the unique (which our place of work has a duplicate of) and it kind of feels they've got scanned the unique booklet and digitally published it. The textual content has an demanding blur, similar to photocopies, and the pictures (never the easiest within the unique) are furthur degraded and contrasty.
A for content material, C for attempt. B total.
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Applied Geophysics by W. M. Telford