HUBBARD'S 3-D PUBLICATIONS have been used at the university level for decades
in teaching air photo interpretation, geography, geology, and other related
fields. Students have learned more about these subjects in a shorter time
because the 3-D images make these books much more interesting and informative,
particularly in cases where spatial relationships can't be visualized by
looking at flat 2-D images.
Each of these 8½x11-inch (21.5x28 cm) books has
been written or edited by an expert in the field, and although they were
designed for student use, many non-students enjoy the 3-D images. To make the
books easier to use, we've rebound them with Wire-O bindings so they lie
perfectly flat for ideal 3-D viewing.
Stereo Contours (Horace McMahan). 32 pages with text and
10 contour line stereo pairs of primary landforms, includes a short glossary of
geologic terms used in the book.
Reading Maps (Dr. Paul Riffel). 72 pages, an introduction to
reading maps by comparing them to color stereo air photos (9 in this book) of
the same area. Text discusses and explains map symbols, scales, contour lines,
coordinates and direction, and air photo interpretation.
Stereo Atlas (Earth Sci. Curriculum Proj.). 50 pages, a pictorial
work with very limited text, contains 50 plates, most of which use a combination
of U.S. Geological Survey black &
white stereo air photos, oblique air photos, and topographic maps to show
terrain and landform features.
Stereo Fossils (Philip Sandberg). 112 pages with 296 black & white stereo pairs (some created by transmission and scanning electron
microscopes) of invertebrate fossils.
Stereo Rocks, Minerals, & Gems (David Techter) 64 pages with 157 color stereo pairs of rocks, minerals, and gems from the Field
Museum of Natural History in Chicago. 4 of the stereo images are lunar rocks,
and also included are 6 stereo photos of crystal system models.
Stereo Rocks, Minerals, & Gems
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