275 pages , McGraw-Hill Science, Engineering & Mathematics , 1998-06 This book is intended for use in a one- or two-semester course in environmental science, human ecology, or environmental studies at the college or advanced placement high school level. Because most students who will use this book are freshman or sophomore nonscience majors, the authors have tried to mak...[Read More]
630 pages , Prentice Hall Professional , 1993 Revolving around the principles of sustainability, this new edition sets out to provide students with a balanced, complete treatment of environmental issues - their scientific basis, history and future. Material is revised to reflect changing environmental understanding and issues.
381 pages , Universities Press , 2005-01-01 The Sustainable Future Of Humany Lies In Understanding The Earth And Its Environment. For This Reason, Environmental Science Has A Purview That Overlaps Several Other Disciplines; From Biology To Economics, Geology To Sociology, Every Subject Has A Significant Relationship With Some Area Of Environmental Science. However, It Is...[Read More]
354 pages , Hodder Education , 1996 This text is the last of a series of four volumes on environmental issues, particularly concerned with global problems, the available scientific information, which is necessarily incomplete, and the reasons of the policy makers.
268 pages , Pearson Education India , 2005 Environmental Science is a texbook for first year BE/B.Tech students deals with the essential constitution of the environment and conservation of precious natural resources and examines the role of human beings in sustaining a robust environment for future generations.
376 pages , 2011 Text seeks to meet the objectives of the CXC CAPE environmental syllabus. It guides both teacher and student through all examinable objectives stated in the syllabus. Emphasis is placed on Caribbean examples and the Caribbean experience. However, relevant global issues and scenarios are presented as well.
519 pages , 2012 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 ...[Read More]
552 pages , McGraw-Hill Medical Publishing , 2007-01-01 Unlike any other introductory environmental science text, Kaufmann/Cleveland takes a fresh approach to the subject in that they intertwine social science (i.e. economic systems and policy) with the natural sciences (i.e. energy) throughout the entire text. In other words, students are going to clearly see the releva...[Read More]
668 pages , Prentice Hall , 2000-07 Appropriate for introductory environmental science courses, found in various departments (such as biology, geography, renewable resources, chemistry, and environmental science) at both colleges and universities. Suitable for science students and arts students. This Canadian book adopts a highly flexible and interdisciplinary approach w...[Read More]