MacMillan Encyclopedia of the Environment: Volumes 1 Thru 6

MacMillan Encyclopedia of the Environment: Volumes 1 Thru 6

by Stephen R. Kellert
     
 

This six-volume, full-color set invites students to a study of everything from basic facts to the latest developments in conservation. The A-to-Z articles offer detailed coverage of a broad range of topics, including biology; chemistry; climate and weather; ecology; environmental agencies, agreements, disasters, health, and laws; evolution; genetics; land use;… See more details below

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This six-volume, full-color set invites students to a study of everything from basic facts to the latest developments in conservation. The A-to-Z articles offer detailed coverage of a broad range of topics, including biology; chemistry; climate and weather; ecology; environmental agencies, agreements, disasters, health, and laws; evolution; genetics; land use; natural resources; people; pollution; population growth; waste management; wildlife and endangered species; and more! 6 volumes This is an outstanding, beautifully illustrated reference source for all age levels, including nonspecialist adults in public libraries as well as middle and high school libraries. Library Journal Macmillan Encyclopedia of the Environment will find its greatest use at the middle school and junior high school levels, though patrons of all ages will find it useful for quick reference. Its more specialized focus makes it a good supplement to general science encyclopedias... Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780028973814
Publisher:
Cengage Gale
Publication date:
01/28/1997
Pages:
797
Product dimensions:
9.31(w) x 11.79(h) x 4.36(d)

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