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Environmental Science

by Judy Braus Sara St. Antoine

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Environmental Science

by G. Tyler Miller Scott E. Spoolman

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE will inspire and equip you to make a difference for the world. Featuring sustainability as their central theme, authors Tyler Miller and Scott Spoolman emphasize natural capital, natural capital degradation, solutions, trade-offs, and the importance of individuals. As a result, you will learn how nature works, how you interact with it, and how people have sustained'and can continue to sustain'our relationship with the earth by applying nature's lessons to economies and individual lifestyles. Engaging features like "Core Case Studies," "How Would You Vote" questions, and "Thinking About" exercises demonstrate the relevance of issues and encourage critical thinking. This edition has been updated with new learning tools, the latest content, and an enhanced art program.

Environmental Science

by D. Dubay A. Lapinski R. R. Schoch A. Tweed

A textbook on environmental science.

Environmental Science and Technology

by Lllionois Danville

A natural resource is a naturally occurring material or organism that supports life, provides fuel, or is used in other ways by humans. We cannot make natural resources, but we certainly use them in many ways. Some natural resources are essential for living, such as oxygen and water; other natural resources are used in manufacturing other items, such as iron into automobiles. The wise use of resources is important. For example, cropland, grassland, woodland, and other land types must be used properly. Keeping our land productive is a major challenge. Productive land ensures healthy people and a strong nation.

Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet (Ninth Edition)

by Daniel B. Botkin

Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet, Ninth Edition provides emphasis on the scientific process throughout the book and gives readers the structure to develop their critical thinking skills. Updated and revised to include the latest research in the field, the 9th edition continues to present a balanced analytical and interdisciplinary approach to the field.

Environmental Science: Earth As A Living Planet 8th Ed

by Daniel B. Botkin Edward A. Keller

Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet, Eighth Edition provides emphasis on the scientific process throughout the book gives readers the structure to develop their critical thinking skills. Updated and revised to include the latest research in the field, the eighth edition continues to present a balanced analytical and interdisciplinary approach to the field. New streamlined text clears away the "jargon" to bring the issues and the science to the forefront.

Environmental Science For Dummies

by Alecia M. Spooner

The easy way to score high in Environmental ScienceEnvironmental science is a fascinating subject, but some students have a hard time grasping the interrelationships of the natural world and the role that humans play within the environment. Presented in a straightforward format, Environmental Science For Dummies gives you plain-English, easy-to-understand explanations of the concepts and material you'll encounter in your introductory-level course.Here, you get discussions of the earth's natural resources and the problems that arise when resources like air, water, and soil are contaminated by manmade pollutants. Sustainability is also examined, including the latest advancements in recycling and energy production technology. Environmental Science For Dummies is the most accessible book on the market for anyone who needs to get a handle on the topic, whether you're looking to supplement classroom learning or simply interested in learning more about our environment and the problems we face.Presents straightforward information on complex conceptsTracks to a typical introductory level Environmental Science courseServes as an excellent supplement to classroom learningIf you're enrolled in an introductory Environmental Science course or studying for the AP Environmental Science exam, this hands-on, friendly guide has you covered.

Environmental Science: A Global Concern

by William P. Cunningham Mary Ann Cunningham

Color photos and diagrams illustrate this text for undergraduate students with little or no science background. Material is divided into five sections on environmental science and ecological principles; population, economics, and environmental health; food, land, and biological resources; physical resources; and society and the environment, emphasizing the global environment, a holistic approach, and sustainable development. This third edition contains new boxes on current topics including electromagnetic fields and biotechnology.

Environmental Science: Merit Badge Series

by Boy Scouts of America

A guide for completing the environmental science merit badge for Boy Scouts.

Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships

by Bradley F. Smith Eldon D. Enger

This full-color, introductory environmental science text is known for being concise, conceptual, and value-priced. The approach and reading level cover the basic concepts without overloading students with too much detail. The authors reinforce the text's central theme of "interrelationships" by providing a historical perspective, information on economic and political realities, discuss the role of different social experiences, and integrate this with the crucial science to describe the natural world and how we affect it.

Environmental Science: A Study of Interrelationships (Thirteenth Edition)

by Bradley F. Smith Eldon D. Enger

The book provides information and the conceptual framework needed to understand complex issues so that readers can comprehend the nature of environmental problems and formulate their own views.

Environmental Science (Third Edition)

by Jane L. Person

Environmental science covers ecology, atmosphere, water, energy, science and technology.

Environmental Science: Toward a Sustainable Future (11th edition)

by Richard T. Wright Dorothy F. Boorse

By emphasizing the memorable themes of science, sustainability and stewardship, the Eleventh Edition of this popular textbook helps you understand the science behind environmental issues and what you can do to build a more sustainable future.

Environmental Science: Toward A Sustainable Future (Ninth Edition)

by Tony Wright

Our ecological footprint weighs heavily on Earth's natural resources the "ecosystem capital" that provides the goods and services that sustain human life and economic well-being.

Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn, Florida

by Withgott

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Environmental Social Sciences: Methods and Research Design

by Ismael Vaccaro Eric Alden Smith Shankar Aswani

The relationship between human communities and the environment is extremely complex. In order to resolve the issues involved with this relationship, interdisciplinary research combining natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities is necessary. Here, specialists summarise methods and research strategies for various aspects of social research devoted to environmental issues. Each chapter is illustrated with ethnographic and environmental examples, ranging from Australia to Amazonia, from Madagascar to the United States, and from prehistoric and historic cases to contemporary rural and urban ones. It deals with climate change, deforestation, environmental knowledge, natural reserves, politics and ownership of natural resources, and the effect of differing spatial and temporal scales. Contributing to the intellectual project of interdisciplinary environmental social science, this book shows the possibilities social science can provide to environmental studies and to larger global problems and thus will be of equal interest to social and natural scientists and policy makers.

Environmental toxicology

by David A. Wright Pamela Welbourn

Environmental Toxicology is a comprehensive introductory textbook dealing with most aspects of the subject, from the molecular to the ecosystem level. Early chapters deal with basic and advanced concepts, methods and approaches. The next tier discusses the environmental toxicology of individual or groups of substances. The third part addresses complex issues, in which many of the concepts, approaches and substances covered in earlier tiers are incorporated. The fourth part includes chapters on risk assessment, rehabilitation and regulatory toxicology. The book concludes with a summary of present and future areas of emphasis. Each chapter contains a comprehensive list of references and further reading, case studies from different jurisdictions, and student exercises. Environmental Toxicology is primarily a textbook for undergraduate and graduate students in environmental toxicology, environmental chemistry, ecotoxicology, applied ecology, environmental management, and risk assessment. It will also be valuable for specialists in ecology, environmental science, and chemistry.

Environmentalism: How You Can Make a Difference

by Mary Mcintyre Coley

Describes what environmental activism is and serves as a guide explaining how youth can make change in their world.

Envision In Depth: Reading, Writing, and Researching Arguments

by Christine Alfano Alyssa O'Brien

Envision in Depth: Reading, Writing, and Researching Arguments 2/e, is a combined rhetoric and reader intended for composition courses focusing on argumentation and research-based writing. Taking contemporary culture as its central theme and context, Envision in Depth is concerned with the fundamentals of analyzing and writing powerful, effective arguments. Students using Envision in Depth will learn how to analyze and compose arguments, design and conduct research projects, and produce persuasive visual and oral presentations in response to over 100 contemporary arguments in a wide range of verbal and visual genres.

enVision Math Interactive Homework Workbook (Grade 1)

by Scott Foresman

Envision a math program that engages your students as it strengthens their understanding of math. enVisionMATH uses problem based interactive learning and visual learning to deepen conceptual understanding. It incorporates bar diagram visual tools to help students be better problem solvers, and it provides data-driven differentiated instruction to ensure success for every student. The best part, however, is that this success is proven by independent, scientific research. Envision more, enVisionMATH!

Envisioning an English Empire

by John Wood Sweet Robert Appelbaum

Envisioning an English Empire brings together leading historians and literary scholars to reframe our understanding of the history of Jamestown and the literature of empire that emerged from it.The founding of an English colony at Jamestown in 1607 was no isolated incident. It was one event among many in the long development of the North Atlantic world. Ireland, Spain, Morocco, West Africa, Turkey, and the Native federations of North America all played a role alongside the Virginia Company in London and English settlers on the ground. English proponents of empire responded as much to fears of Spanish ambitions, fantasies about discovering gold, and dreams of easily dominating the region's Natives as they did to the grim lessons of earlier, failed outposts in North America. Developments in trade and technology, in diplomatic relations and ideology, in agricultural practices and property relations were as crucial as the self-consciously combative adventurers who initially set sail for the Chesapeake.The collection begins by exploring the initial encounters between the Jamestown settlers and the Powhatan Indians and the relations of both these groups with London. It goes on to examine the international context that defined English colonialism in this period--relations with Spain, the Turks, North Africa, and Ireland. Finally, it turns to the ways both settlers and Natives were transformed over the course of the seventeenth century, considering conflicts and exchanges over food, property, slavery, and colonial identity.What results is a multifaceted view of the history of Jamestown up to the time of Bacon's Rebellion and its aftermath. The writings of Captain John Smith, the experience of Powhatans in London, the letters home of a disappointed indentured servant, the Moroccans, Turks, and Indians of the English stage, the ethnographic texts of early explorers, and many other phenomena all come into focus as examples of the envisioning of a nascent empire and the Atlantic world in which it found a hold.

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