Global Warming

Published in: Google Books > Young Adult Nonfiction > global warming | Published on 24/Feb/2020 01:37

120 pages , Greenhaven Publishing LLC , 2008-09-22
National Geographic reports that global warming is speeding up at an alarming rate. Average temperatures have climbed 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit since 1880, and arctic ice is melting due to an increased level of greenhouse gases. Scientists predict that the Arctic may have an ice free summer by 2040. This engaging volume dis...[Read More]

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Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering, 2nd Edition, Robert A. Corbitt, 2004 Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering

Published in: Google Books > Young Adult Nonfiction > environmental engineering | Published on 24/Sep/2019 06:21

1248 pages , Bukupedia , 2004-07-04
Science-based and flexible management approaches are essential to the confirmation of predicted impacts. to ensure that mitigation measures are effective and to modify remediation or mitigation processes if necessary. By accepting more uncertainty in the environmental assessment process and adapting quickly to conditions actually enco...[Read More]

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How Does the Food Chain Work? - Science Book for Kids 9-12 | Children's Science & Nature Books

Published in: Google Books > Young Adult Nonfiction > ecology for kids | Published on 04/Jul/2018 14:05

64 pages , Speedy Publishing LLC , 2017-06-15
Nature is sometimes cruel. The big animal eats the small animal and the chain goes on. If an animal is vulnerable, it becomes food. But did you know that humans are the key beneficiaries of the food chain? Learn about the food chain - what it is and how it works - by reading this science book for kids age 9-12. Happy reading ...[Read More]

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Science and Sustainable Energy

Published in: Google Books > Young Adult Nonfiction > green energy | Published on 21/Jun/2018 17:36

80 pages , Science and Sustainability , 2017-08
As early as the nineteenth century, a number of scientists recognized that fossil fuels like coal and oil are in limited supply and that burning them to produce energy cannot be sustained forever. In the decades that followed, new generations of researchers steadily perfected alternative, renewable energy sources intended t...[Read More]

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