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|1.1||August 21, 2015||Book added to the BC Open Textbook Collection.|
|1.2||October 14, 2016||Replaced an incorrect term.||Section 6.3: In Table 6.3, the term alluvial was replaced with colluvial.|
|1.3||October 18, 2016||Fixed a table that had gotten mixed up.||Section 6.1: In Table 6.2, some words that were meant to be included in the table were appearing above the table. The table was edited so that all the information is in the correct cells.|
|1.4||March 21, 2017||Added a missing answer to an exercise question.||Appendix 3 Answers to Exercises: The answers to Exercise 3.7 were mislabeled as 3.6 so this was changed. Also added the answers to Exercise 3.6 which had been missing.|
|1.5||August 14, 2017||Incorrectly labeled image replaced||Appendix 3 Answers to Exercises: The image showing the answers to Exercise 7.4 was replaced. The new image has switched the locations of the Biotite and Chlorite lables.|
|1.6||February 27, 2018||Added sentence pointing to more information.||Section 1.5, paragraph two: Added the following sentence and link: “(For a more accurate depiction of the components of the Earth’s interior, please see Figure 9.2.)”|
|1.7||October 9, 2018||Corrected an informational error and updated a link.||Section 13.1, paragraph two: Corrected the sentence from “Two-thirds of our fresh water is stored in the ground and one-third is stored in ice.” to “Two-thirds of our fresh water is stored in ice and one-third is stored in the ground.”
Figure 13.3a: Replaced a dead link in the caption with a link from the Internet Archive.