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Mexico's Rainfall Climatology By Edgar G. Pavia
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MEXICO’S RAINFALL CLIMATOLOGY is the English version of the booklet: “Una nueva climatología de la precipitación pluvial en México”, by Jorge Reyes, Edgar G.... More > Pavia, and Federico Graef, published by CICESE in April 2000.< Less
Regional Climatology and Anthropogenic Impacts on Coastal Sedimentation Patterns: St. John, USVI By Patrick Schwing
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Undergraduate thesis research on coastal sedimentology in the U.S. Virgin Islands from Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL.
Regional Climatology and Anthropogenic Impacts on Coastal Sedimentation Patterns: St. John, USVI By Patrick Schwing
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Undergraduate thesis research on coastal sedimentology in the U.S. Virgin Islands from Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, FL.
Prosperity for All: Jobs for Everyone By George Roy Curry
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Prosperity for all is the unified theory of Socio-Economics. It creates a totally integrated plan for the betterment of all mankind and the environment. These writings are intended to make life a... More > little happier and easier for all of us. It gives us a simple and clear objective. But, most of all, it will help to give each and everyone of us that needed “Sense of Purpose”, the feeling of being a valued member of society. Our attitudes will elevate and our abilities expand. This book can be instrumental in advancing one’s hopes, dreams and ambitions for a better life. It is also an important part of anyone’s home library. If you have but two books in your home library, make sure one is Prosperity for All.< Less
Meteorological observations: The story of GPEP1 Climate Measurement and Station Development By Paul Alexander, Felipe-Javiere Henderson, Robert Mathews
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Weather is a primary encounter in every day life, so how do we observe the weather? Meteorological observations by Alexander, Henderson and Mathews provides a delightful insight into the in's and... More > out's of weather observation, from the history of the instruments to a hands on "How to" guide of setting up a weather station using the example of the authors own station "GPEP1".< Less
Prosperity for All, Jobs for Everyone By George Roy Curry
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Prosperity for all is the unified theory of Socio-Economics. It creates a totally integrated plan for the betterment of all mankind and the environment. These writings are intended to make life a... More > little happier and easier for all of us. It gives us a simple and clear objective. But, most of all, it will help to give each and everyone of us that needed “Sense of Purpose”, the feeling of being a valued member of society. Our attitudes will elevate and our abilities expand. This book can be instrumental in advancing one’s hopes, dreams and ambitions for a better life. It is also an important part of anyone’s home library. If you have but two books in your home library, make sure one is Prosperity for All, Jobs for Everyone.< Less
A Layman's Guide To Global Warming Volume I By Dale Rowe
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This book is a layman's analysis of man-caused global climate change. Two years of research and analysis of data used by climatologists shows there its too much uncertainty in the data, models and... More > analysis to reach any conclusion on the existence or extent of man-caused global warming< Less
Global Warming Is Good By David Hart
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Over the last half a million years, Earth's climate has been swinging up and down between nine degrees colder than today and three degrees warmer. During that time, the warmer times have always been... More > better for life on Earth, and the colder times have always been worse. In the cold times, ice swallowed up the northern world, and reduced rainfall meant that dry deserts like the Sahara got much bigger while the rainforests died back. At the warmest times, the ice retreated and more rain meant that the Sahara turned from desert into grassland dotted with lakes. Warmer times always meant more trees, and colder times always meant more desert. The obvious conclusion - a world warmer than today would be better for life. This book sets out, without using any difficult scientific language, the basic principles of how global temperature changes the world, and the evidence for how things were during the warm and cold periods of the past.< Less
Geology for Geographers By John Priestley MA MSc
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As carbon dioxide levels have doubled, why is the climate no warmer now that it was a thousand years ago? Why are deserts sometimes present along the subtropics, and sometimes not? Why was there an... More > ice age? These are just some of the questions the author seeks to answer. The book brings the reader right up to date with the latest developments in geology. It deals with the geological history of rocks and with landforms and volcanicity. Examples are drawn from around the world including the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Bryce Canyon, Yosemite and Hawaii. This third edition has new appendices dealing with the mountains of the USA, the geological structure of China and the geological history of Australia. The book includes a review of the history of geology, including the contributions of James Hutton, William Smith, Charles Lyell, Louis Agassiz, Richard Owen, Charles Marsh and Edward Cope, Bruce Heezen and Marie Tharp, and modern specialists such as Jennifer Clack. This edition has 100 illustrations.< Less
A Layman's Guide To Global Warming By Dale Rowe
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This book is a layman's analysis of man-caused global climate change. Two years of research and analysis of the data used by climatologists shows that there is too much uncertainty in climate data... More > and the cause-effect relationship between man and climate to know if there is any man-caused change in earth's climate. Volume I uses new evidence to provide a convincing argument that the jury is still out on man-induced global warming. Since the jury is still out, the book proposes a trial so the evidence can be judged on its merits. A draft Congressional bill is provided authorizing the conduct of the trial. This book is a must read for laymen who want to know the facts of man-caused global warming. It is an interesting read for climatologists wanting to know why the majority of laymen aren't buying the man-caused global warming hypothesis. It is a convincing read for politicians who want to gain reelection support from both "believers" and "deniers" of man-caused global warming.< Less