Texas Through Time. Lone Star Geology, Landscapes, and Resources (2016); edited by Thomas E. Ewing. Bureau of Economic Geology (http://www.beg.utexas.edu/), 431 pp.
Ten great chapters bursting with color photographs, charts, and maps. A special section that includes 72 “Great Places to View Texas Geology” will become the geologic “bucket list” for many Texas geologists and others interested in the mountains, hills, and plains of Texas.