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Interesting Books at Steacie

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Cosmology: A Very Short Introduction - Peter Coles
Call Number: QB 981 C6458 2001 (Steacie Stacks)

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Why Does the World Exist? - Jim Holt
Call Number: BD 511 H65 2012 (Steacie Stacks)

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Plate Tectonics: A Very Short Introduction - Peter Molnar
Call Number: QE 511.4 M65 2015 (Steacie Stacks)

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The Mysteries of Terra Firma - James Powell
Call Number: QE 508 P68 2001 (Steacie Stacks)

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The Universe Within - Neil Shubin
Call Number: QE 28 S526 2013 (Steacie Stacks)

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