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Rite In The Rain 540F Geological (Geologists, Geology)

Stock Code: RITR540F
Original price $47.50 - Original price $47.50
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$47.50 Excl. GST
$47.50 Excl. GST
Current price $47.50 Excl. GST

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The perfect paper for those involved in the collection of data out-of-doors. The Rite In The Rain field books allow you to work efficiently in any weather.
This all-weather bound book comes equipped with 20 helpful geology reference pages. It has standard and metric rulers, along with numbered pages to keep you organised. 160 pages (80 sheets).

  • Left Page Lines & 6 Columns
  • Right Page 2.5 X 2.5mm grid
  • Contents Page
  • Ruler printed
  • Measurement & conversion data
  • Abbreviations of Geologic terms, Classifications and characteristics of igneous rocks, Sandstone composition, Grain size scales, Particle sizing and comparison, Soil Classification, Metamorphic rocks chart, Geological map symbols, Geologic time scale
  • Side Bound
  • Thick Covered water resistant card cover
  • Plastic photography scale marker in pouch inside back cover
  • Paper: All Weather
  • Pages: 160 (80 Sheet)
  • Size: 193 x 122mm
  • Weight: 30g

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
This model has been more useful to me than most

I have used these books in a variety of field settings. Rite in the Rain has rarely failed me with their quality, but this model has been more useful to me than most. As a young geologist, my research has already taken me to many different types of research and field locals. There are many field guides and reference books that a person can buy for the field, but it is nice to have the universal reference essentials in the back of a single book that also can house your data. These references include common abbreviations and map symbols that we use, QAPF diagram, sandstone ternary diagrams, comparison charts for sizes and percentages, and sedimentary nomenclature diagrams. Additionally, having the timescale and a photo scale always with you is very handy. More than once I have accidentally left my SEPM or GSA photo scales somewhere and utilised the one in the back of the book. The only change that I personally would have liked to have seen in the book would be to have some of the more common phase diagrams (e.g. feldspars and pyroxenes, etc.). Those would have been useful in the field for my volcanics research.