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    Category: Environmental Science

    Environmental Science

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    • Seasons Of The Boreal Forest Biome

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      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Forests And How Humans Are Changing The Natural Habitats. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Ocean Biome

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      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Oceans And How They Survive In Their Vast And Changing Biome. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Grassland Biome

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      Explores Plants And Animals Found In The Rich Grasslands Across The World. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Freshwater Pond Biome

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      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Freshwater Ponds And How They Function In The Food Chain. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Boreal Forest Biome

      $8.95

      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Forests And How Humans Are Changing The Natural Habitats. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Ocean Biome

      $8.95

      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Oceans And How They Survive In Their Vast And Changing Biome. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Desert Biome

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      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Hot And Cold Deserts And How They Survive Such Extreme Conditions. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • Seasons Of The Estuary Biome

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      Explores Plants And Animals Found In Estuaries And How They Adapt To Their Watery World. Supports Next Generation Science Standards.

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    • How Ecosystems Work

      $8.95

      Balanced System
      Living Connections
      What About Change?
      Show What You Know
      Glossary
      Index

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      This Title Explains What An Ecosystem Is And How The Plants And Animals Within An Ecosystem Rely On And Effect Its Existence. Different Types Of Ecosystems Are Described, As Well As The Food Webs Within Them. How Some Changes To An Ecosystem Can Be Good A

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    • Environmental Disasters

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      Examine How Environmental Disasters Impact Human And Animal Health As Well As How Local, State, Federal, And International Agencies Respond And Work Together.

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    • Understanding Biomes

      $10.95

      Learn About The Characteristics Of Freshwater, Marine, Forest, Greenland, And Tundra Biomes And Some Of The Animals That Live There.

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    • Makers And Takers

      $9.95

      This Book Uses The Ocean As A Backdrop To Define Food Webs And Identifying The Animals Who Act As Predator, Prey, Or Both.

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    • Going Green

      $35.64

      Eco-Friendly Energy Is Explained. The Most Current Information Is Provided While Establishing The Understanding That It Does Not Take Much To Make The World A Better Place.

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    • Hands On Environmentalism

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      The political environmentalism of the past thirty five years was born out of necessity. Business as usual was not protecting the air, water and land. Grievous acts of pollution were crossing local and state borders.

      Brent Haglund and Thomas Still believe that the regulatory actions of the 1960s and 1970s were necessary medicine to help cure careless society. But they also argue that over the years, the cure became something of a disease itself. What began as a check on environmental abuses grew into a command and control system that created a widening gulf between people and the natural world they’re daily lives are part of.

      Writing for those who wonder how to get past the environmental nanny state and reach the next level of stewardship, Haglund and Still describe the concept of civic environmentalism which is based on values such as local control, personal responsibility, government accountability and economic opportunity.

      At the core of this book are success stories showing that civic environmentalism works. In Louisiana private landowners formed the Black Bear Conservation Committee to bring back the black bear from near extinction at the same time that they avoided an endangered species designation that would have affected private property rights. In Arizona, the White Mountain Apache tribe uses the income from hunting licenses to fund an innovative wildlife management program that promotes economic development for its people. In Wisconsin the last dam was removed from the Baraboo River because the River Alliance brought landowners and governmental agencies together to promote change without lawsuits and polarization.

      Part situation report, part manifesto, Hands On Environmentalism shows that it is possible to reach voluntary, enduring solutions to pressing environmental problems without heavy handed governmental intervention.

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