Changing Earth: The Darling Scarp tells the story of the Darling Scarp, a 2.5 billion year old geological feature, and backdrop to the modern city of Perth, Western Australia. Key geological processes that led to the Darling Scarp’s formation are investigated, allowing readers to relate present day landscapes to events of the past.
Changing Earth: The Darling Scarp is designed to explore key concepts relating to the Year 9 Australian Science Curriculum, Earth and Space Sciences, this geological journey begins with the formation of Earth, and explores past, present, and future continental movement. It explains the geological processes that formed features in both local and global landscapes, including granite intrusions, dolerite dykes, and sand-dune formations.
Utilising a format rich with imagery, video, and animation, Changing Earth: The Darling Scarp provides an interactive and engaging experience for all readers.
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Everything you want to know about the scarp
Great resource for putting the local geology in a bigger context. The mix of information about geography, geology and botany tells an interesting story and now I know why there’s so much sand around the place! Videos and animations add a lot to this book.
Changing Earth The Darling Scarp
This is really great, now I have some ideas about what is around me
Fabulous book. Truly amazing. Shines like a star above all others