~ MarineBio Conservation Society Group ~
The MarineBio Conservation Society (http://marinebio.org/) is here to call attention to the marine life sciences and the many related marine conservation issues and efforts underway to address them.
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300 pages , John Wiley & Sons , 1996-04-05 This book provides applied biologists and ecologists with the mathematical tools they need to understand the ever increasingly mathematical and complex area of population ecology.
407 pages , Springer , 2015-05-23 Energy audits have multiple goals including reducing energy consumption, managing costs and environmental impact. Improving the energy performance of existing buildings through energy retrofit measures is a great opportunity for developing sustainability in our structures and developing a green building economy. Green Energy Audit of Bui...[Read More]
656 pages , 2006 The International Nuclear Information System (INIS), produced by the International Atomic Energy Agency, is the leading source of information on the peaceful uses of nuclear science and technology. This is the 32nd revision of this publication which lists the titles of 13,231 journals containing articles within the scope of INIS, grouped by country or internatio...[Read More]
288 pages , Collins , 2017-03-09 We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of this forthcoming title. Cambridge IGCSE� Environmental Management Student Book provides in-depth coverage of every aspect of the latest Cambridge IGCSE� Environmental Management 0680 syllabus for examination from 2019 onwards. * Full coverage of the Cambri...[Read More]
500 pages , Brooks/Cole Publishing Company , 2006 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 11th Edition, boasts an unparalleled coverage of sustainability, basic science, and bias-free comparisons, within a flexible chapter organization and supported by the strongest media tools and illustration program available. New media to this edition includes: "How Would You Vote?" found at http: //...[Read More]
‘Net positive’, from Positive Development (PD) theory, is a new paradigm in sustainable development and design. PD theory (taught and published from 2003) was first detailed in Positive Development (2008). A net positive system/structure would ‘give back to nature and society more than it takes’ over its life cycle. In contrast, ‘sustainable development’ - in the real-world context of ...[Read More]