This astounding account of the geological history of the Earth, detailing the movement of the tectonic plates and continental drift, is a stunning visual representation of the Earth's history. Featuring beautiful world maps, this book covers everything from the origin of life to how the Earth may look in the future. Written by Martin Ince, the president of the Association of British Science Writers, Drift is the perfect guide to our planet's history, and an accessible discussion of how geological change affects life on Earth.
Martin Ince is a member, and past president of the Association ofBritish Science Writers, and is an expert in the Earth and Space sciences. He has written many books on these subjects, and is currently the resident astronomy expert with BBC Radio Suffolk in the UK.