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Geology and warfare

examples of the influence of terrain and geologists on military operations

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Published by Geological Society in Bath .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military geology -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Edward P.F. Rose, C. Paul Nathanail.
    ContributionsRose, Edward P. F., Nathanail, C. Paul.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG465 .G46 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 498 p. :
    Number of Pages498
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3648772M
    ISBN 101862390657
    LC Control Number2002489847
    OCLC/WorldCa46428549

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Records lessons learnt from miltary experience in World War I and II. It also contains perspectives from America which show how, in warfare, military geologists irrespective of nationality have pursued tactical and strategic terrain analysis, fortifications and tunnelling, and resource acquisition, defence installations, and field constructions and logistics.

Geology of Warfare: Examples of the Influence of Terrain and Geologists on Military Operations 0th Edition by Edward P. Rose (Author, Editor), C. Paul Nathanail (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a Price: $ Military geology is the application of geological theory to warfare and the peacetime practices of the military.

The formal practice of military geology began during the Napoleonic Wars; however, geotechnical knowledge has been applied since the earliest days of siege warfare. In modern warfare military geologists are used for terrain analysis, engineering, and the identification of resources.

Development of military geology in the German Wehrmacht / H. Hausler / D. Willig Deployment and role of military geology teams in the German army / H.

Hausler Geology and warfare on the British sector of the Western Front / Geology and warfare book. Doyle / M. Bennett / F. Cocks This book records some of the lessons learnt from military experience in the two great wars – and the subsequent fifty years of ‘peace’ which ended the 20th century.

It also complements recent perspectives from the Unites States of America which show how in warfare military geologists irrespective of nationality have traditionally pursued five main categories of work (tactical and.

This book comprises fifteen chapters of rather disparate aspect. The first two concentrate on British battlefields and castles from mediaeval times to the Geology and warfare book War but, whilst including interesting vignettes of individual fortification sites and engagements and modern understanding of their geology, they nevertheless fail to demonstrate any real appreciation by the ancient generals and fort.

Geology the outcome of battle, and no more so than during the trench warfare of the Great War. An understanding of terrain has been the mark of a great commander from at least the time of Sun Tzu, and most campaigns can be interpreted and understood from this standpoint.

Buy Geology and Warfare: Examples of the Influence of Terrain and Geologists on Military Operations by Rose, Edward P. F., Nathanail, C. Paul (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. This book is a collection of papers presented at the 9th International Conference of Military Geoscience that was held in The conference included discussion on a diverse range of geosciences, including military history, military geology, teaching geology from a military prospective, geological influence on the battlefield, and environmental and cultural issues related to management of.

The book does have a generous supply of photographs and I found the day-by-day narrative of the campaign to be easy to follow. I hope that the authors will produce more books on Civil War campaigns and the influence of s: 2.

Geology controls the outcome of battle and no more so than during the trench warfare of the Great War; this new book by expert Peter Doyle takes us through the details.

An understanding of terrain. Geology and trench warfare on the Western Front, Book Julyand a summary of the results of my book Disputed Earth () View full-text. Chapter. In addition to the introductory paper this volume includes 24 papers, covering selected aspects of the history of military geology from the early 19th century through the recent Persian Gulf war, military education and operations, terrain analysis, engineering geology in the military, use of military geology in diplomacy and peace keeping, and.

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Rose and C. Paul Nathanail. - London: Geol. Soc., I just came across this book and found that it has a 20 page article about the. Geology and Warfare By Eric Jordan Supervisor: Prof. rer. nat. habil. Jörg Schneider Abstract The geomorphology and geology of fortifications and battle fields has played an important role since medieval until today, starting from the planning of defence constructions.

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-American Military Geology in World War I-British Mining During World War I _____ The first ship to transit the Panama Canal was the S.S. Ancon on Augjust as the First World War was erupting in Europe. The battleship New Jersey transiting the Galliard Cut in Aprilfollowing her fourth recommissioning in late Part one.

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