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There is more to Environment, 4e by Raven and Berg than what you see in this text. An enhanced book-specific Web site will help you further examine critical environmental issues. The Web site offers a variety of activities to help you succeed in your course and additional tools that will help you make environmentally responsible choices.
Online resources include:
- Environmental Debates provide the opportunity to learn about two sides of a contentious issue affecting the environment.
- Activity Links identify the most useful Internet links related to the environment and present short exercises that invite you to use these links to increase your understanding of the material.
- Take a Stand activities encourage you to think critically and carefully weigh the short- and long-term advantages and disadvantages of a particular position relating to an environmental situation.
- Research Projects provide you with specific suggestions for topics, reading materials, research techniques, and activities.
- Case Studies highlight key issues in environmental science and lead you to related Web sites for further information.
- How to Make a Difference shows how to get involved in environmental issues and lists environmental organizations that you can join.
- Student Lounge offers valuable study tips and writing tips that will help you get a better grade.
- Quizzes and Essays test your understanding of each chapter with multiple-choice, true/false questions, and short-answer essay questions. You can email your answers and responses directly to your instructor.
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Table of ContentsPART ONE: HUMANS IN THE ENVIRONMENT.
Chapter 1: Our Changing Environment.
Chapter 2: Addressing Environmental Problems, Part I.
Chapter 3: Addressing Environmental Problems, PART II.
PART TWO: THE WORLD WE LIVE IN.
Chapter 4: Ecosystems and Energy.
Chapter 5: Ecosystems and Living Organisms.
Chapter 6: Ecosystems and the Physical Environment.
Chapter 7: Major Ecosystems of the World.
PART THREE: A CROWDED WORLD.
Chapter 8: Understanding Population Growth.
Chapter 9: Facing the Problems of Overpopulation.
PART FOUR: THE SEARCH FOR ENERGY.
Chapter 10: Fossil Fuels.
Chapter 11: Nuclear Energy.
Chapter 12: Renewable Energy and Conservation.
PART FIVE: OUR PRECIOUS RESOURCES.
Chapter 13: Water: A Fragile Resource.
Chapter 14: Soils and Their Preservation.
Chapter 15: Minerals: A Nonrenewable Resource.
Chapter 16: Preserving Earth's Biological Diversity.
Chapter 17: Land Resources and Conservation.
Chapter 18: Food Resources: A Challenge for Agriculture.
PART SIX: ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS.
Chapter 19: Air Pollution.
Chapter 20: Global Atmospheric Changes.
Chapter 21: Water and Soil Pollution.
Chapter 22: The Pesticide Dilemma.
Chapter 23: Solid and Hazardous Wastes.
PART SEVEN: TOMORROW'S WORLD.
Chapter 24: Tomorrow's World.
Appendix I: Review of Basic Chemistry.
Appendix II: How to Make a Difference.
Appendix III: Green Collar Professions.
Appendix IV: Units of Measure: Some Useful Conversions.
Appendix V: Graphing.
Appendix VI: Abbreviations, Formulas, and AcronymsUsed in this Text.
Appendix VII: Solutions to Quantitative "Thinking About the Environment" Questions.
Appendix VIII: World Population Data Sheet Assignment.