Fourth Geosphere

The Origin and Nature of Life on Earth: The Emergence of the Fourth Geosphere  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at Sept. 23, 2016
The Origin and Nature of Life on Earth: The Emergence of the Fourth Geosphere

Eric Smith, Harold J. Morowitz, "The Origin and Nature of Life on Earth: The Emergence of the Fourth Geosphere"
English | ISBN: 1107121884 | 2016 | 702 pages | PDF | 8 MB

The Ecozones of the World: The Ecological Divisions of the Geosphere (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Feb. 22, 2017
The Ecozones of the World: The Ecological Divisions of the Geosphere (Repost)

Jürgen Schultz, B. Ahnert, "The Ecozones of the World: The Ecological Divisions of the Geosphere"
2005 | pages: 252 | ISBN: 3540200142 | PDF | 11,9 mb
Fundamentals of Environmental and Toxicological Chemistry: Sustainable Science, Fourth Edition

Stanley E. Manahan, "Fundamentals of Environmental and Toxicological Chemistry: Sustainable Science, Fourth Edition"
2013 | ISBN-10: 1466553162 | 614 pages | PDF | 41 MB
The Terrestrialization Process: Modelling Complex Interactions at the Biosphere-Geosphere Interface (repost)

The Terrestrialization Process: Modelling Complex Interactions at the Biosphere-Geosphere Interface (Geological Society Special Publication 339) by M. Vecoli, G. Clément, B. Meyer-Berthaud
English | ISBN 10: 1862393095 | 2010 | PDF | 192 pages | 3,8 MB

Fossil Matter in the Geosphere  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at May 12, 2015
Fossil Matter in the Geosphere

Fossil Matter in the Geosphere
Springer | Organic Geochemistry | June 14 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319115529 | 158 pages | pdf | 5.9 mb

by Jan Schwarzbauer (Author), Branimir Jovancicevic (Author)
Human Interactions with the Geosphere: The Geoarchaeological Perspective - Special Publication 352 (repost)

Lucy Wilson, "Human Interactions with the Geosphere: The Geoarchaeological Perspective - Special Publication 352 (Geological Society Special Publication)"
English | 2011 | ISBN: 1862393257 | PDF | 208 pages | 7,1 MB

Human impact on our environment is not a new phenomenon. For millennia, humans have been coping with - or provoking - environmental change. We have exploited, extracted, over-used, but also in many cases nurtured, the resources that the geosphere offers.
The Terrestrialization Process: Modelling Complex Interactions at the Biosphere-Geosphere Interface (repost)

M. Vecoli, G. Clément, B. Meyer-Berthaud, "The Terrestrialization Process: Modelling Complex Interactions at the Biosphere-Geosphere Interface (Geological Society Special Publication 339)"
English | ISBN 10: 1862393095 | 2010 | PDF | 192 pages | 3,8 MB

The invasion of the land by plants (terrestrialization) was one of the most significant evolutionary events in the history of life on Earth, and correlates in time with periods of major palaeoenvironmental perturbations.

Human Interactions with the Geosphere: The Geoarchaeological Perspective [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ChrisRedfield at Aug. 29, 2012
Human Interactions with the Geosphere: The Geoarchaeological Perspective [Repost]

Lucy Wilson - Human Interactions with the Geosphere: The Geoarchaeological Perspective
Published: 2011-04-15 | ISBN: 1862393257 | PDF | 208 pages | 7 MB
The Terrestrialization Process: Modelling Complex Interactions at the Biosphere-Geosphere Interface

M. Vecoli, G. Clément, B. Meyer-Berthaud, "The Terrestrialization Process: Modelling Complex Interactions at the Biosphere-Geosphere Interface (Geological Society Special Publication 339)"
Publisher: The Geological Society of London | ISBN 10: 1862393095 | 2010 | PDF | 192 pages | 3.7 MB

Geosphere: The Land and Its Uses (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by cifra7 at July 26, 2010
Geosphere: The Land and Its Uses (Repost)

Geosphere: The Land and Its Uses
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications | ISBN: 081606217X | edition 2008 | PDF | 200 pages | 10,5 mb

People exploit the land for desired resources, such as oil, minerals, or timber, or they convert vast expanses of natural terrain to landscapes that better meet their needs: Forests become tree plantations, wilderness is converted to agricultural land, and even farms are paved over to make cities. Already about half the ice-free land area has been converted for human purposes, and that number is growing rapidly. Geosphere is an invaluable new resource that introduces students to sustainability - the idea that economic and social development, along with environmental protection, must be achieved together. Enhanced by illuminating full-color photographs and illustrations, sidebars, a glossary, and other useful study features, this book details how sustainability is gaining ground with individuals, communities, regions, and even nations, and shows readers how they, too, can become involved.