Earth and Environmental Science: The HSC Course by Tom Hubble, Chris Huxley, Iain Imlay-Gillespie, Christopher Huxley
  

Earth and Environmental Science: The HSC Course

Written by Tom Hubble, Chris Huxley, Iain Imlay-Gillespie, Christopher Huxley
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Earth and Environmental Science: The HSC Course by Tom Hubble, Chris Huxley, Iain Imlay-Gillespie, Christopher Huxley

This comprehensive and exciting new text covers all of the syllabus requirements of the NSW Board of Studies HSC course in Earth and Environmental Science. Featuring global, Australian and NSW contexts it provides extensive coverage of core and elective topics and contains up-to-date information with special attention given to providing material for those areas of the syllabus that teachers have found difficult to resource. Also it gives clear sets of outcomes for each section of the text and includes numerous exercises and practical activities with a range of difficulty to address the needs of all students. Students will develop an appreciation of natural phenomena and human interactions with the natural world.

About the Author

Tom Hubble has taught introductory geology as well as specialist engineering and environmental geology courses to science and civil engineering students at the University of Sydney since 1988. He has been an examiner, marker and curriculum developer for the HSC. Chris Huxley has had wide experience in teaching all branches of science at the senior level. He is currently Head of Science at Blue Mountains Grammar, and has been an examiner, marker and curriculum designer. Iain Imlay-Gillespie has taught science and environmental science at all levels in NSW and overseas and is currently head of science at Nagle College, Blacktown. He has extensive experience as an examiner, marker and curriculum developer.

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Format

Paperback
402 pages

Author

Tom Hubble, Chris Huxley, Iain Imlay-Gillespie, Christopher Huxley
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

30th October 2002

ISBN

9780521016636


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