Events ought to expand our experiences, right? So the shimmy and shake we felt in the Roanoke Valley Tuesday should send us searching for more information about earthquakes. A good place to start is in Brown Library.
Plate Tectonics : an Insider’s History of the Modern Theory of the Earth and Earthshaking Science: What we Know (and Don’t Know) About Earthquakes are among the library’s print books about earthquake science.
Come check out the stacks or visit the online catalog for a wealth of online science books. And, if you haven’t become familiar with the U.S. Geological Survey page, visit it here.