112 pages , 2008 The Down-to-Earth Guide to Global Warming is the comprehensive resource readers can look to for understanding why global warming happens and how we can all work together to stop it. Irreverent and entertaining, packed with essential facts and suggestions for how to effect change, the book offers a message of hope. Kids and adults alike can help prevent the full ...[Read More]
45 pages , Mendon Cottage Books , 2015-01-04 Rhinoceroses For Kids Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers Table of Contents Introduction About Rhinoceroses Characteristics Behavior and Vocalization Threats to Rhinoceros White Rhinoceros Black Rhinoceros Indian Rhinoceros Javan Rhinoceros Sumatran Rhinoceros Interesting facts about the Rhinoceros Rhinoceros in different c...[Read More]
Exploring the evolutionary history of the human species through movement, comparative anatomy, animal behavioural studies, anthropology and neuroscience. Everything from Yoga to Parkour, art, archaeology, dance, religion, embryology and childhood development, "rewilding", medicine, language, science, history and mythology.
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357 pages , Regnery Publishing , 2017-04-10 A New York Times Bestseller! "Who do you say that I am?" Uttered by Jesus Christ, this profound question has presented an age-old challenge to believers, skeptics, scholars, and rulers. In attempting to answer this question, The True Jesus goes straight to the unimpeachable source: the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. On...[Read More]
390 pages , Springer , 2015-03-30 This volume is concerned with the physics and the application of air pollution modeling on scales up to about 50 km. Its eight chapters, comprising the diverse points of view of seven authors, remain substantially in their original, lecture-note form. The result is not a smoothly flowing monograph but instead a richly textured, lively co...[Read More]
2015-08-20T07:00:00Z Estuarine Ecohydrology, Second Edition, provides an ecohydrology viewpoint of an estuary as an ecosystem by focusing on its principal components, the river, the estuarine waters, the sediment, the nutrients, the wetlands, the oceanic influence, and the aquatic food web, as well as models of the health of an estuary ecosystem.