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  • The Role of Bathymetry, Wave Obliquity and Coastal Curvature in Dune Erosion Predictionby C. den Heijer

    IOS Press 2013; US$ 94.00

    Coastal areas have traditionally been an attractive place for people to live, but if these areas are low-lying, they are also prone to flooding. In the Netherlands, half of the population lives in coastal areas below mean sea level. Dunes are the primary sea defense along most of the Dutch coastline, and the envisaged protection level of this densely... more...

  • Long-term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakesby Reinhard Pienitz; Marianne S.V. Douglas; John P. Smol

    Springer 2007; US$ 99.00

    Concerns about the effects of global climate change have focused attention on the vulnerability of circumpolar regions. Long-term historical data are needed to better understand the magnitude and direction of environmental change related to both natural and anthropogenic causes, as well as to assess patterns of natural variability. The paucity of instrumental... more...

  • Household Sustainabilityby C. Gibson; C. Farbotko; N. Gill; L. Head; G. Waitt

    Edward Elgar Publishing 2013; US$ 40.00

    Contrary to the common rhetoric that being green is 'easy', household sustainability is rife with contradiction and uncertainty. Households attempting to respond to the challenge to become more sustainable in everyday life face dilemmas on a daily basis when trying to make sustainable decisions. Various aspects of life such as cars, computers,... more...

  • Humans in the Landscapeby Kai N. Lee; William Freudenburg; Richard Howarth

    W. W. Norton & Company 2012; US$ 24.00

    A true synthesis for environmental studies. more...

  • Down to Earthby Rhonda Hetzel

    Penguin Group Australia 2012; Not Available

    'I was pulled into simple living before I knew what it was. It crept up on me using the smallest of steps and didn't reveal its true beauty and real power until I was totally hooked. I was searching for a way to live well while spending very little money. What I found was a way of life that also gave me independence, opportunity and freedom.' Rhonda... more...

  • Environmental Science and Technologyby Frank R. Spellman; Nancy E. Whiting

    Government Institutes 2006; US$ 104.99

    Designed for both professional and student use, the new Second Edition includes recent improvements in the application of new technologies and materials on the environment. It also places greater emphasis on the three environmental media of air, water, and soil and discusses how technology can be used to mitigate contamination of all three. more...

  • Under a Green Skyby Peter D. Ward

    HarperCollins 2009; Not Available

    By looking backward at the course of great extinctions, a paleontologist sees what the future holds. More than 200 million years ago, a cataclysmic event known as the Permian extinction destroyed more than 90 percent of all species and nearly 97 percent of all living things. Its origins have long been a puzzle for paleontologists. During the 1990s... more...

  • Power Trip: From Oil Wells to Solar Cells ? Our Ride to the Renewable Futureby Amanda Little

    HarperCollins Publishers 2010; Not Available

    In this fresh and gutsy analysis, Amanda Little lays bare America?s energy past, present and future and shows how the innovatory designs that got it to its current energy crisis will actually save it from ruin. more...

  • Blame It on the Rainby Laura Lee

    HarperCollins 2009; Not Available

    An amazing, enlightening, and endlessly entertaining look at how weather has shaped our world. Throughout history, great leaders have fallen, the outcomes of mighty battles have been determined, and the tides of earth-shattering events have been turned by a powerful, inscrutable force of nature: the weather. In Blame It on the Rain , author Laura... more...

  • Geodiversityby Murray Gray

    Wiley 2013; US$ 149.95

    The first book to focus exclusively on the subject, Geodiversity, Second Edition describes the interrelationships between geodiversity and biodiversity, the value of geodiversity to society, as well as current threats to its existence. Illustrated with global case studies throughout, the book examines traditional approaches to protecting geodiversity... more...