Great Disasters - Volcanoes (hardcover edition) e-book
by Nancy Harris
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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780737718768. Release Date: September 2004. Publisher: Cengage Gale.
Volcanoes have been erupting since the beginning of the earth's formation. They have captured humankind's attention with their awesome power and beauty
Volcanoes have been erupting since the beginning of the earth's formation. Volcanoes have been erupting since the beginning of the earth's formation. They have captured humankind's attention with their awesome power and beauty. This anthology covers the science and study of volcanoes, some of the major volcanic disasters, and some of what has been and is being developed to avert potential catastrophe.
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Great reference book on volcanism. Excellent comprehensive overview of volcanoes, volcanic rocks and volcanic processes.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. I certainly had my doubts. It doesn't seem to be directed at a younger audience.
ISBN 13: 9780737714982. Natural disasters can have as much impact on human societies as the bloodiest wars," notes the introduction to these titles in the new Great Disasters series.
Scientists and journalists discuss the study of volcanoes, monitoring techniques to predict volcanic activity, and ways to prevent volcanic catastrophes. No current Talk conversations about this book.
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77 RUB. Originating in warm tropical waters and veering as far north as New England, hurricanes are among nature"s most powerful and destructive forces.
77 RUB. Contributors to this anthology draw on science, history, oral narratives, and sociology as they examine various aspects of these often unpredictable and disastrous storms.