This book begins by outlining the scientific evidence for ages of the Earth in millennia (thousands of years) rather than the Megaanni (millions of years) often taught.
It outlines features that you would expect by long-age uniformitarian geology compared to ‘young Earth’ catastrophic (Flood) geology, and how what we see around us satisfies the latter predictions.
The second half of the book details a realistic account of the geologic formations in eastern Australian in a time-formation sequence.
In the book, the reader will be introduced to many standard geologic terms and concepts that are used in middle and upper high school. These have all been well defined. There is also a glossary at the back to help revise any new terms.
At the end of each section there are Review Questions to re-enforce learning for the student or enquiring adult. Answers to these appear at the back.
The book also contains many photographs of eastern Australian rock formations. These look best in colour (the eBook). However, even in black and white they still give a good detail.