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SP0001. Limitations of the Earth: A Compelling Focus for Geology. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the dedication of the Geology Building, UT Austin, November 1967. 154 p. 1968.
Reprinted from Texas Quarterly, v. 11, no. 2, Summer 1968.
Introduction, by W. R. Muehlberger and P. T. Flawn
The Role of Geological Concepts in Man's Intellectual Development, by James Gilluly
Consequences of Man's Alteration of Natural Systems, by R. F. Legget
Earth's Tolerance for Waste, by P. H. McGauhey
Population, Food, and Environment: Is the Battle Lost?, by P. R. Ehrlich
Geological Information for Managing the Environment, by J. C. Frye
Geologic Hazards, by R. H. Jahns
Energy Resources, by C. F. Jones
Raw Materials Unlimited, by A. M. Weinberg
Realities of Mineral Distribution, by P. E. Cloud, Jr.
Future Metal Supplies, The Problem of Capability, by T. S. Lovering
Searching Out Resource Limits, by W. T. Pecora
Keywords: geology as a discipline, natural systems, environment, population, food supply, geologic hazards, energy resources, raw materials, metals supply, minerals supply, natural resources, University of Texas Geology Building
Limitations of the Earth: A Compelling Focus for Geology. Proceedings of a Symposium held at the dedication of the Geology Building, UT Austin, November 1967. The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Symposium SP 1, 154 p,