Books

This is my eclectic collection of interesting new books and classics

Geophysics

52 Things You Should Know About Geophysics – Edited by Matt Hall & Evan Bianco

Interpretation of Three-Dimensional Seismic Data – by Alistair R. Brown

Seismic Data Analysis – by Oz Yilmaz

Problems in Exploration Seismology and Their Solutions – by Robert E. sheriff

Fundamentals of Geophysical Interpretation – by Laurence R. Lines and Rachel T. Newrick

Pitfalls in Seismic Interpretation – by Paul M. Tucker and Howard J. Yorston

Geology

On Growth and Form – by D’Arcy W. Thompson

Dictionary of Geological Terms – by Robert L. Bates, Julia A. Jackson

Geological Maps – by Brian Simpson

The Mapping of Geological Structures – by Ken R. McClay

52 Things You Should Know About Geology – Edited by Matt Hall

Geology Illustrated – by John S. Shelton

Siliciclastic Sequence Stratigraphy: Concepts and Applications – by Henry W. Posarnentier and George P. Allen

The Techniques of Modern Structural Geology, Vol. 2: Folds and Fractures – by John G. Ramsay and Martin I. Huber

Principles of Structural Geology – by John Suppe

Sedimentographica: A Photographic Atlas of Sedimentary Structures – by Franco Ricci Lucchi

Image Processing and Visualization

Image Processing with ImageJ by  Javier Pascau and José María Mateos Pérez

Data Visualization: A Successful Design Process – by Andy Kirk

MATLAB Graphics and Data Visualization Cookbook – by Nivedita Majumdar and Swapnonil Banerjee.

Visualize This: The FlowingData Guide to Design, Visualization, and Statistics – by Nathan Yau

Eye and Brain: The Psychology of Seeing – by Richard L. Gregory

Color for the Sciences – by Jan J. Koenderink

Digital Image Processing Using MATLAB – by Rafael C. Gonzalez, Richard E. Wood, and Steven L. Eddins

Introductory Digital Image Processing – by John R. Jensen

Beyond Photography: The Digital Darkroom – by Gerard J. Holzmann

The Vision Revolution: How the Latest Research Overturns Everything We Thought We Knew About Human Vision– by Mark Changizi

The Image Processing Cookbook – By John C. Russ

Photoshop for astrophotographers – by Jerry Lodriguss

Planetary Science

Impact Cratering: A Geologic Process – by H. Jay Melosh

Planetary geology. A teacher’s guide with activities – NASA [PDF]

Mars Activities. Teacher Resources and Classroom Activities – NASA [PDF]

Exploring the Moon Educator Guide – NASA [PDF]

Earth as Art – NASA [PDF]

Return to the Moon: Exploration, Enterprise, and Energy in the Human Settlement of Space – by Harrison H. Schmitt

Mars: The Mystery Unfolds – by Peter Cattermole

Modern Global Seismology – by Thorne Lay and Therry C. Wallace

Plate Tectonics: How It Works – by Allan Cox and Robert B. Hart

Tectonics – by Eldridge M. Moores and Robert J. Twiss

Global Tectonics – Philip Kearey, Keith A. Klepeis, and Frederick J. Vine

This and That

Scientific Papers and Presentations – by Martha Davis

For the little ones

There’s No Place Like Space – Cat in the Hat Library Series

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