386 pages , Oxford University Press , 2006 Food webs are one of the most useful, and challenging, objects of study in ecology. These networks of predator-prey interactions, conjured in Darwin's image of a "tangled bank," provide a paradigmatic example of complex adaptive systems. This book is based on a February 2004 Santa Fe Institute workshop. Its authors treat the eco...[Read More]
318 pages , Springer , 2017-11-06 The book will provide an overview of the practical application of remote sensing for the purposes of nature conservation as developed by ecologists in collaboration with remote sensing specialists, providing guidance on all phases from the planning of remote sensing projects for conservation to the interpretation and validation of the im...[Read More]
128 pages , CRC Press , 1990-09-19 This directory thoroughly describes all of the solid waste education programs and materials available from all 50 states. If you are interested in starting a solid waste recycling program or improving what you have-this directory is for you. All programs K-12 are included, in addition to information provided on the other environmental p...[Read More]
Founded in 1987 in Soria, Spain, Cives Mundi is a non-governmental organization (NGO). Cives Mundi is currently developing its projects for cooperation in Latin America, Caribbean, Maghreb, Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.
245 pages , Rutgers University Press , 1992 This book was a revelation. I was simply enthralled by Joel Hagen's brilliance in reviewing the emergence of the discipline of ecosystem ecology (the study of biotic-abiotic interaction and nutrient flows in ecological systems). He does a magnificent job of introducing the personalities that midwived the new science. He explain...[Read More]
640 pages , The New Press , 2011-07-26 WITH A NEW FOREWORD BY ADAM COHEN OF THE NEW YORK TIMES Perhaps Studs Terkel's best-known book, Working is a compelling look at jobs and the people who do them. Consisting of over one hundred interviews with everyone from a gravedigger to a studio head, from a policeman to a piano tuner, this book provides an enduring portrait of pe...[Read More]