Visualizing Environmental Science

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-08-05
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

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Berg's Visualizing Environmental Science engages readers through its visual, balanced approach, leaving them with a better understanding of the fundamentals of Environmental Science and the current events they apply to. Visualizing Environmental Science 4th Edition includes key content updates and an enriched emphasis on data analysis and graphing. The Fourth Edition also includes the development of a new Graphing Activity, allowing instructors to demonstrate the use of graphs in class and assign data analysis projects and questions outside of class. Also included is coverage on key developments since the publication of the 3rd edition, specifically the BP Oil Spill, Haiti, Fukishima Earthquake, Superstorm Sandy and other hot topics.

Table of Contents

1 The Environmental Challenges We Face

2 Sustainability and Human Values

3 Environmental History, Politics, and Economics

4 Risk Analysis and Environmental Health Hazards

5 How Ecosystems Work

6 Ecosystems and Evolution

7 Human Population Change and the Environment

8 Air and Air Pollution

9 Global Atmospheric Changes

10 Freshwater Resources and Water Pollution

11 The Ocean and Fisheries

12 Mineral and Soil Resources

13 Land Resources

14 Agriculture and Food Resources

15 Biodiversity and Conservation

16 Solid and Hazardous Waste

17 Nonrenewable Energy Resources

18 Renewable Energy Resources

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