576 pages , CRC Press , 2019-07-17 One of the problems of using plants in environmental studies is finding current information. Because plants play a key role in environmental studies, from the greenhouse effect to environmental toxicological studies, information is widely scattered over many different fields and in many different sources. Plants for Environmental Studie...[Read More]
2019-07-05T07:00:00Z The Vanderbilt family is an American family of Dutch origin who gained prominence during the Gilded Age. Their success began with the shipping and railroad empires of Cornelius Vanderbilt and the family expanded into various other areas of industry and philanthropy.
Cornelius Vanderbilt's descendants went on to build grand mansions on Fifth Avenue in New...[Read More]
The Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES) is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 that works alongside of the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation to promote stewardship and conservation in Stanley Park. The park is an urban oasis located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada and is important because it adds value to the city while providing environmental and cultural benefits. With an abun...[Read More]
264 pages , Sounds True , 2017-03-07 Welcome to the Glorious Grandeur of Ultra Spirituality In case you havenâ€™t noticed, the New Age has become the Old Age. But donâ€™t recycle your crystals just yet! His Enlightenedness JP Sears is ushering in the Newer Age, blinding us with the dawn-like brilliance that is Ultra Spirituality. How to Be Ultra Spiritual prese...[Read More]
Due to the reformation of the everything group to a more entertainment friendly group . I had no where left to post science and nature articles . so bingo . here we are . hope you enjoy . I will be blasting this group with all those posts I had no where else to post !
383 pages , CRC Press , 2016-11-17 Driven by the societal needs and improvement in sensor technology and image processing techniques, remote sensing has become an essential geospatial tool for understanding the Earth and managing Human-Earth interactions. Remote Sensing for Sustainability introduces the current state of the art remote sensing knowledge integral for monit...[Read More]
304 pages , Penguin Canada , 2014-05-20 Imagine a world in which people see themselves as embedded in the natural order, with ethical responsibilities not only toward each other, but also toward rocks, trees, water and all nature. Imagine seeing yourself not as a master of Creation, but as the most humble, dependent and vulnerable part. Rupert Ross explores this indigeno...[Read More]