Climate Change (Global Viewpoints)
Global interdependence has become an undeniable reality. Mass media and technology have increased worldwide access to information and created a society of global citizens. Understanding and navigating this global community is a challenge, requiring a high degree of information literacy and a new level of learning sophistication.
Groundwater in the Environment: An Introduction
This accessible new textbook provides a thorough introduction to all aspects of groundwater systems and their management. Using straightforward language and analogies to everyday experiences, it explains the origins, nature, and behavior of subsurface water without resorting to complicated mathematics.
Groundwater in the...
Remote Sensing of Snow and Ice
Although our planet is characterized by water, the extent to which water in its
frozen state plays a role in the functioning of the Earth is perhaps underappreciated.
Snow and ice cover about a sixth of the Earth’s surface, as snow
lying on the ground, as glaciers and larger masses of terrestrial ice, including
the huge... Understanding Renewable Energy Systems * Provides technical details on different renewable energy systems plus background information on climate change and related economics
* Contains free CD-ROM, including simulation software and figures from the book
* Ideal as a student text, including worked examples
Beginning with an overview of renewables (including biomass,...
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