[LMB] Geology of Middle-earth: The path of the Fellowship from a geoscientific point of view OT:
fishman at panix.com
Tue Jul 5 01:02:48 BST 2016
As far as I can see, it ain't free. What am I missing?
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From: "M R L Dolbear" <m.dolbear at lineone.net>
To: "Discussion of the works of Lois McMaster Bujold."
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Subject: [LMB] Geology of Middle-earth: The path of the Fellowship from
a geoscientific point of view OT:
>Geology of Middle-earth: The path of the Fellowship from a
>geoscientific point of view by Frederic Klimm and Benjamin Loffler
>From the rolling landscape of The Shire over the rocky Weather Hills to
>the snow-capped peaks of the Misty Mountains, from the extensive
>forests of Fangorn and Lorien via the mighty river Anduin down the
>whooshing Rauros falls into the Dead Marshes, from the fertile southern
>shore of Gondor over the White Mountains into the volcanic plateau of
>Gorgoroth in Mordor: J.R.R. Tolkien´s epic trilogy "The Lord of the
>Rings" leads us into the geographically diversified, fictional world of
>We will take you on a trip through Middle-earth and accompany the
>Fellowship of the Ring anew from a completely different perspective:
>the perspective of a geologist.
>`Wood and water, stock and stone I can master, but there's geology to
>manage here. Read this book!' - Treebeard
>Classify this with The Science of Discworld.
>Little Egret by email (Windows Live Mail)
>Michael Dolbear in Walton-on-Thames
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