A Voyage of Discovery
by Professor Lance Endersbee AO
Lance Endersbee, 2005, [First Edition, First Printing], colour photographs, maps and charts, hardcover, dustjacket, ISBN 0646453017
Like New Condition, minor edge and shelf wear, crease to front inside dustjacket wrap, minor surface wear to back cover, appears unread (see photographs)
'This impressive, quietly-argued book warns that the deep groundwater, on which three billion people (half the global population) depend for most of their drinking water and food, is running out at an unprecedented rate. The world is on eh edge of a huge, little understood catastrophe.
The author brings important new perspectives and a new understanding of how the earth works. The book links twenty-first century evidence available from the satellite and ice-core findings with neglected insights of outstanding scholars of the past, whose theories were ahead of their time.
It throws new light on many popular and scientific beliefs about the origins and extent of the world's water, natural gas and petroleum deposits, the mechanics of deep earthquakes, the continuing but still not understood expansion of the earth, and the causes of climate change.'