220 pages , Wind Publications , 2005 This book deals with a subject of the gravest importance---the destruction of the Earth. Kentucky's mountains and the creatures who live there are being devastated by the coal-mining technique known as mountaintop removal.
2009-07-07T07:00:00Z For over 350 million years, thousands of species of amphibians have lived on earth, but since the 1990s they have been disappearing at an alarming rate, in many cases quite suddenly and mysteriously. What is causing these extinctions? What role do human actions play in them? What do they tell us about the overall state of biodiversity on the planet? In Extinction in...[Read More]
276 pages , 1993 This book examines the issues relating to material composition, toxicity reduction, and opportunities for reclaiming and recycling the component materials in consumer dry cell batteries.
212 pages , Nova Science Pub Incorporated , 2007 This book presents new and important research on pattern recognition -- the research area that studies the operation and design of systems that recognize patterns in data. It encloses sub-disciplines like discriminate analysis, feature extraction, error estimation, cluster analysis (together sometimes called statistical pa...[Read More]
112 pages , Createspace Independent Pub , 2012-02-01 (Grayscale Picture Edition) KIDZ GONE TO POTZ IS A WHIMSICAL GUIDE TEACHING CHILDREN ALL ABOUT FOOD – FROM THE GROW POT TO THE COOK POT. DIRT, BUGS, AND WORMS PROVIDE THE ENTERTAINMENT WHILE KIDS ARE LEARNING SKILLS THAT WILL SUSTAIN THEM FOR A LIFETIME. GARDENING PLANTS SEEDS FOR LEARNING RESPONSIBILITY, PATIENCE, N...[Read More]
The Climate Science Rapid Response Team is a service to provide accurate information on climate science in response to media and government queries, by matching members of the media and government with questions, to the working climate scientists best able to answer. "Nearly all of [the participating climate scientists] are members of University faculties in departments involving some aspect of cl...[Read More]
336 pages , Penguin , 2007-12-27 The dramatic story of global warming, politics, and the scientist Al Gore calls "the most powerful and consistent voice calling for intelligent action to preserve our planet's environment." Censoring Science is the gripping story of the world's preeminent climatologist, Dr. James Hansen, the "pivotal character in the greatest and most pol...[Read More]