The Romance of Modern Geology

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From the series, The Library of Romance, this book introduces the reader to the modern geology of the 1909, with topics that include the building and shaping of the earth, the action of weather, rivers, seas and ice on the earth, earthquakes and volcanoes, and, of course, dinosaurs and other extinct animals. - Summary by Ann Boulais (8 hr 8 min)


The Building of the Earth 22:29 Read by Availle
The Earth's Shape 19:25 Read by Availle
Effects of Weather on the Earth's History 17:03 Read by djloves2talk
Records Left by Rivers 16:36 Read by Cerennes
Records Left by the Sea 16:19 Read by Cerennes
Cold and Ice on the Earth 20:36 Read by Lori Arsenault
The Fire-Hardened Rocks 18:48 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Earth at its Beginning 11:05 Read by Aiden J-H
The Childhood of the Earth 18:55 Read by Christoph Stangenberg
The Earth as the Abode of Life 17:17 Read by jenno
Life in Other Worlds 15:56 Read by Jeremy Clark
The Hardening of Rocks 14:37 Read by Owlivia
Earthquakes on Geology 20:09 Read by Christoph Stangenberg
Some Famous Earthquakes 28:45 Read by Piotr Nater
The Causes of Earthquakes 32:09 Read by Steve C
Volcanoes and Mountain Formation 33:41 Read by jenno
Families of Rocks and Their Descendants 26:27 Read by jenno
How the Coal Beds were Laid Down 21:31 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Age of Reptiles 14:53 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Age of Reptiles, continued 15:38 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Chalk Period 18:27 Read by J. M. Smallheer
The Age of Mammals 25:17 Read by Rita Boutros
The Ice Age 28:50 Read by Rita Boutros
The Kingdom of Man 13:42 Read by BettyB