Climate Change And The Health Of Nations

Author: Anthony McMichael
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190262958
Size: 22.20 MB
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The story of mankind's survival in the face of an unpredictable and unstable climate, and of the terrible toll that climate change can take, in fact could not be more important as we face therealities of a warming planet.

Climate Change And The Health Of Nations

Author: Anthony McMichael
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190262966
Size: 51.84 MB
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Anthony J. McMichael, a renowned epidemiologist and a pioneer in the field of how human health relates to climate change, is the ideal person to tell this story.

Climate Change And The Health Of Nations

Author: Anthony McMichael
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190262974
Size: 38.12 MB
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Anthony J. McMichael, a renowned epidemiologist and a pioneer in the field of how human health relates to climate change, is the ideal person to tell this story.

Global Climate Change And Human Health

Author: George Luber
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118505573
Size: 18.17 MB
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This book shows how human health will be —and already has been — affected and how health care practitioners need to start preparing.

Climate Change In Wildlands

Author: Dr. Andrew James Hansen
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 1610917138
Size: 75.72 MB
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Climate Change in Wildlands is a collaboration between scientists and managers, providing a science-derived framework and common-sense approaches for keeping parks and protected areas healthy on a rapidly changing planet.

Fierce Climate Sacred Ground

Author: Elizabeth Marino
Publisher: University of Alaska Press
ISBN: 1602232660
Size: 29.84 MB
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In "Fierce Climate, Sacred Ground," Marino brings Shishmaref into focus as a place where people in a close-knit, determined community deal with the challenges facing them and considers what s at stake in confronting climate change."

Disease Selection

Author: Roger Webber
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780646828
Size: 47.12 MB
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This book provides key information and is a valuable resource for students, practitioners and researchers working in global health and anyone interested in understanding of the basis of disease.

Feeding The Ten Billion

Author: L. T. Evans
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521646857
Size: 24.11 MB
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A unique and accessible account of the interaction between population growth and agricultural innovation.

Make It Rain

Author: Kristine C. Harper
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022643737X
Size: 50.59 MB
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And then things got out of control. In Make It Rain, Kristine C. Harper tells the long and somewhat ludicrous history of state-funded attempts to manage, manipulate, and deploy the weather in America.

Energy And Climate

Author: Michael B. McElroy
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190490349
Size: 34.17 MB
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The book includes chapters on energy basics, a discussion of the contemporary energy systems of the US and China, and two chapters that engage the debate regarding climate change.