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    Adventures in the Anthropocene: A J

    From artificial glaciers in the Himalayas to painted mountains in Peru, electrified reefs in the Maldives to garbage islands in the Caribbean, the author found people doing the most extraordinary things to solve the problems that we ourselves have created.

    Tides: A Very Short Introduction

    The tide is important to Earth's climate, the biological productivity of our seas, and our hunt for renewable energy sources. It is also thought to have played a role in the evolution of life on Earth. This book explains the nature and cause of the tide, its observation and prediction, unusual tides, and their relevance to us.

    Antarctic: A Very Short Introductio

    Antarctica attracts great interest from political leaders, journalists, and public audiences around the world. In this Very Short Introduction, Klaus Dodds presents a modern account of Antarctica, looking closely at contemporary developments in commerce, science, sovreignty, and governance.

    End of the Megafauna: The Fate of t

    The fascinating lives and puzzling demise of some of the largest animals on earth.

    Meteorite: The Stones from Outer Sp

    'Drawing on his deep technical education and boundless curiosity, Tim Gregory brings a childlike wonder of discovery to everything he sees. He shows an uncanny ability to swiftly understand, to clearly explain, and to be joyful in the process. His scientific delight is contagious' Chris Hadfield


    Discover amazing planet Earth in this fascinating new series Earth Wise.
    Accelerated Reader
    Lower Years, Book Level: 5.3

    Irish Rivers

    This book is a fascinating study of the varied nature of Irish river ecosystems--their beauty, significance, and the natural and human factors that make each one distinct.

    A Brief History of Earth: Four Billion Years in Eight Chapters

    Placing twenty first-century climate change in deep context, A Brief History of Earth is an indispensable look at where we've been and where we're going.Features original illustrations depicting Earth history and nearly 50 figures (maps, tables, photographs, graphs).

    Isotopes: A Very Short Introduction

    Isotopes are used in many areas of science and technology, including medicine, archaeology, and nuclear physics. They are central to our understanding of the Earth's past and current processes. Here, Rob Ellam explains the importance and applications of stable and radioactive isotopes.



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