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Earth Then and Now: Amazing images of Our Changing World
300 stunning before-and-after photographs that show the staggering transformation of our world.300 s..
Edition Notes: Second Edition, Updated and Revised
Author Statement: by Fred Pearce ; Foreword by James Lovelock
Audience: Trade
Binding Description: |PAPERBACK |
Based on 6 reviews.
Penguins of the World
A well-illustrated classic study of penguins, now revised and expanded to include the latest facts a..
Edition Notes: Second revised and updated edition
Author Statement: Text and photographs by Wayne Lynch
Audience: Trade
Binding Description: |PAPERBACK WITH FLAPS |
Based on 13 reviews.
Watersheds: A Practical Handbook for Healthy Water
Water is our most vital resource. Yet few understand even the basics of watershed ecology Watershe..
Author Statement: Clive Dobson and Gregor Gilpin Beck ; illustrations by Clive Dobson
Audience: Trade
Age range lower: 12
Age range upper: 17
Binding Description: |PAPERBACK |
Based on 8 reviews.
Weather: A Visual Guide
Now in paperback: An illustrated reference to weather and climate, including information on the work..
Edition Notes: Now in paperback
Author Statement: Bruce Buckley, Edward J. Hopkins and Richard Whitaker
Series Name: Visual Guides
Audience: Trade
Binding Description: |PAPERBACK WITH FLAPS |
Based on 12 reviews.
Your Plastic Footprint: The Facts About Plastic Pollution and What You Can Do to Reduce Your Footprint
Though plastic has numerous benefits, our reliance on this sturdy, light and flexible material, pai..
Author Statement: Rachel Salt
Audience: Trade
Binding Description: |PLASTIC-LAMINATED HARDCOVER |PAPERBACK |
Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts About How Much Water We Use to Make Everyday Products
The average American lifestyle is kept afloat by about 2,000 gallons of H2O a day. The numbers are..
Author Statement: Stephen Leahy
Audience: Trade
Binding Description: |PAPERBACK |
Based on 12 reviews.
Your Water Footprint: The Shocking Facts About How Much Water We Use to Make Everyday Products
The average American lifestyle is kept afloat by about 2,000 gallons of H2O a day. The numbers are..
Author Statement: Stephen Leahy
Audience: Trade
Based on 9 reviews.

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