596 pages , Elsevier , 2010-10-29 The book reviews the current physical theory of Earth's global evolution, its origin, structure and composition, the process of Earth's core formation, Earth's energy, and the nature of its tectonomagnetic activity. The book also deals with the origin of the Moon and its influence on our planet's evolution. Based on the integral position...[Read More]
363 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2004-01-14 This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First European Workshop on Wireless Sensor Networks, EWSN 2004, held in Berlin, Germany in January 2004. The 24 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 76 submissions. Wireless sensor networks are a key technology for new ways o...[Read More]
An ecological metacommunity is a set of interacting communities which are linked by the dispersal of multiple, potentially interacting species. The term is derived from the field of community ecology, which is primarily concerned with patterns of species distribution, abundance and interactions.
There are four theoretical frameworks, or unifying themes, that each detail specific mechanistic proces...[Read More]
1000 pages , Jones & Bartlett Publishers , 2015-10-01 Handbook of Home Health Care Administration, Sixth Edition is a comprehensive text that reflects the current state of home health care administration. With contributions from leading experts in the field, it addresses key aspects of home health care, including finance, human resource development, legal and ethical iss...[Read More]
312 pages , Rutgers University Press , 2004-09-29 "With clarity and grace, Stephen Bocking tackles the complicated question of the role of scientific expertise in environmental policy making. Natureâ€™s Experts is a timely and important book."â€”David H. Guston, author of Between Politics and Science: Assuring the Integrity and Productivity of Research "This bo...[Read More]
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