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Geology: Geology Books

The study of the earth: its origin, history, structure, composition, and the natural processes acting on it. geochronology, stratigraphy, and palaeontology); physical (including geomorphology, geophysics,

Library Materials Locations & Maps

Quick Guide to Library Locations

GRCC Book Stacks Level 2
Oversize Level 2
Reserves Level 1
AV Stacks Level 1 
Archives Level 2
Juvenile Level 2

See the call numbers at end of shelving unit for help with locating a book on the shelf.


Online Reference sources

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    Bilingual Dictionaries
    Measurement Conversions

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Library Catalog

Use the Library Catalog to Search for books and other materials available for check out at the GRCC Library. Access the catalog from the library home page or through the Library Catalog link above.

Geology books from our catalog:

book jacket  by MacDougall, J.D. 2011

Why Geology Matters: decoding the past, anticipating the future

Electronic Book - view online


book jacket  by Keller, Edward A. 2012

Introduction to Environmental Geology

Circulating Book - 2nd Floor 550 K281

book jacket  edited by Woodhead, James A.


Reference Book - 1st Floor 550.3 G292 1999 v.1 & 2

book jacket  edited by Woodhead, James A.

Earth Science

Reference Book - 1st Floor 550 EA76 2001 v.1 - 5

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