epub |eng | 2023-02-21 | Author:Jake Bittle

CHAPTER SIX Why Should This a Desert Be? DROUGHT, AGRICULTURE, AND THE ERA OF EXPANSION Pinal County, Arizona I. When the Cows Didn’t Come Home The summer of 2021 was ...
( Category: Climatology February 22,2023 )
epub |eng | 2020-09-02 | Author:Bill McGuire

George ordered another pint and returned to his seat. Ralph had just gone, leaving behind more than two hours of recorded material, a package of images and data, and a ...
( Category: Climatology February 15,2023 )
epub |eng | 2011-09-12 | Author:Peter Lynch [Lynch, Peter]

( Category: Climatology June 28,2021 )
azw3 |eng | 2017-04-17 | Author:Paul Hawken [Hawken, Paul]

This diagram shows some of the plants that have adapted to peatlands. They include sedges, mosses, the carnivorous sundews, orchids, bog myrtle, and many others that thrive in a waterlogged ...
( Category: Climatology November 9,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Asheem Srivastav

4.1 Increased Vulnerability to Natural/Man-Made Disasters Almost every individual on this planet is conversant with the proverb ‘whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap’. In other words, it ...
( Category: Climatology August 30,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Walter Leal Filho & Dinesh Surroop

Keywords Biofuel Zymomonas mobilis Optimum process conditionsProcess kinetics Prof Kim G. Clarke holds a Ph.D. and a B.Sc. Engineering (Chemical), both from the University of Cape Town, South Africa, and ...
( Category: Climatology August 12,2020 )
epub |eng | 2020-08-04 | Author:David Goodrich

* * * As we were cleaning up from dinner, I noticed a piece of crystal and a large atlas-sized book on a table in the corner of Al and ...
( Category: Cycling August 6,2020 )
epub |eng | 2019-10-09 | Author:Ilan Kelman [Kelman, Ilan]

No Vulnerability is Inevitable For the vast majority of the world’s population, full resources, choices, and opportunities are not available to tackle their disaster vulnerability. Others make decisions which impose ...
( Category: Regional Geography August 6,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Diane Ackerman

WEIGHING IN THE NANOSCALE We’re not just seeing invisibles; we’re engineering things on a minute, invisible-to-the-eye scale. “Nano,” which means “dwarf” in Greek, applies to things one-billionth of a meter ...
( Category: Natural History August 5,2020 )
epub |eng | 2020-08-15 | Author:Shana Lee Hirsch

EXPERIMENTATION AND EMERGENCE There are people like Woodruff throughout the Columbia River Basin: people who are experimenting with innovative ways to restore the ecosystem processes that were (sometimes completely) lost ...
( Category: Environmental Policy August 1,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Jeffrey Schlegelmilch

EVERYBODY OWNS PART, NOBODY OWNS ALL Disasters are responded to by those immediately impacted, as well as agencies and organizations outside of the impacted area. The effects are also felt ...
( Category: Infectious Disease July 27,2020 )
epub |eng | 2020-03-03 | Author:Tom Rand

* * * i — An externality is an unaccounted-for cost (or benefit) that hits a third party who didn’t choose to take on that cost (or benefit). Throwing out ...
( Category: Economic Policy July 27,2020 )
epub, mobi |eng | 2020-06-18 | Author:Clifford M. Will & Nicolás Yunes [Will, Clifford M. & Yunes, Nicolás]

Because the Schwarzschild radius is the boundary between what can and cannot communicate with the outside world, it came to be called the “event horizon.” Just as you cannot receive ...
( Category: Climatology July 26,2020 )
epub |eng | 2019-11-18 | Author:Giles Whittell

Fredston says the dust cloud from the collapsing World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, reminded her of powder blast from an avalanche. Its physics is similar to the pyroclastic ...
( Category: Weather July 26,2020 )
epub |eng | 2018-10-10 | Author:Thomas M. Kostigen

( Category: Environmental Policy July 21,2020 )