Antennas and Radar for Environmental Scientists and Engineers


Published in: Google Books > Science > environmental science | Published on 02/Dec/2019 23:08

Cambridge University Press , 2018-03-01
This book gives a complete overview of the scientific and engineering aspects of radio and radar pertaining to studies of the Earth environment. The book opens with an analysis of wire antennas, antenna arrays, and aperture antennas suitable for radar applications. Following a treatment of sources of noise, the book moves on to give a deta...[Read More]



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Anne Bowser - Citizen science for Earth Challenge 2020 & the environment - Science Unlimited 2019


Published in: youtube > Frontiers > environmental science | Published on 21/Oct/2019 19:42

Anne Bowser is helping to launch Earth Challenge 2020 - the world's largest coordinated citizen science campaign. In her talk at Science Unlimited 2019, she ...



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Bugs, Bugs, Bugs


Published in: Google Books > > ecology for kids | Published on 02/Sep/2019 11:02

32 pages , MY ARABIC LIBRARY , 2018-02-20
Nothing fascinates children more than bugs! Vibrant paper collages illustrate spotted ladybugs, fluttering butterflies, and many more.



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Marine Carbon Biogeochemistry , Jack J. Middelburg


Published in: itune > Geology,Books,Science & Nature,Ecology,Earth Sciences > environmental management | Published on 25/Feb/2019 17:13

2019-01-25T08:00:00Z
This open access book discusses biogeochemical processes relevant to carbon and aims to provide readers, graduate students and researchers, with insight into the functioning of marine ecosystems. A carbon centric approach has been adopted, but other elements are included where relevant or needed. The book focuses on concepts and quantitative understanding of primary...[Read More]



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Peeking at Peak Oil


Published in: Google Books > Technology & Engineering > Earth biosphere | Published on 04/Aug/2018 17:58

325 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2012-05-19
The term “Peak Oil” was born in January 2001 when Colin Campbell formed the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas (ASPO). Now, Peak Oil is used thousands of times a day by journalists, politicians, industry leaders, economists, scientists and countless others around the globe. Peak Oil is not th...[Read More]



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EPA Perspective on Nutrient Pollution


Published in: youtube > Livestock & Poultry Environmental Learning Center > pollution | Published on 20/Jul/2018 22:13

For more: http://www.extension.org/67798 Although nutrients, nitrogen and phosphorus in particular, are essential for aquatic life, too many nutrients can create significant problems for our...



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Renewable Energy Projects in Africa: Project Development Process & Project Definition


Published in: youtube > afribiz.tv > renewable energy | Published on 04/Jul/2018 07:29

This video outlines a systematic project development process for renewable energy projects, highligting "soft" issues as well. It also includes a discussion on the Project Definition document,...



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Recycled Home


Published in: Google Books > Design > recycling | Published on 02/Jul/2018 13:54

160 pages , Ryland Peters & Small , 2017-10-10
In this beautiful book, Mark and Sally Bailey of Baileys Home Store share their passion for rescued, repaired, reused, and recycled pieces. The look they love is simple, stripped back and stylish, focusing on the integrity of the materials and surface quality—chipped paint revealing the layers beneath, combinations of...[Read More]



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The Brains and Lives of Cephalopods


Published in: Google Books > Science > Earth biosphere | Published on 02/Jul/2018 12:35

392 pages , Oxford University Press , 2003-09-04
Cephalopods are fast-moving, voracious predators, and can change colour with breath-taking rapidity. They range from the giant squid, the world's largest marine invertebrate, to species of only 2 cm in length. Inhabitants of most seas of the world, they are found from the surface to great depths. Most cephalopods have shor...[Read More]



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SolaRos Ecology


Published in: facebook > page > environmental sustainability | Published on 26/Jun/2018 11:07

Somos una empresa 100\% Mexicana dedicada a la ecología de nuestro planeta, implementando precios accesibles para la población para poder detener el deterioro de nuestro ecosistema.



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Food Chains in the Biosphere


Published in: youtube > Bill Stonebarger > Earth biosphere | Published on 04/Jun/2018 13:03

Explains how producers, consumer, decomposers and the abiotic elements are connected in ecosystems and how ecosystems make up the biosphere.



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Orientalism


Published in: Google Books > Social Science > alternative power | Published on 28/May/2018 18:53

432 pages , Vintage , 2014-10-01
More than three decades after its first publication, Edward Said's groundbreaking critique of the West's historical, cultural, and political perceptions of the East has become a modern classic. In this wide-ranging, intellectually vigorous study, Said traces the origins of "orientalism" to the centuries-long period during which Europe dom...[Read More]



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