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Declaré Pflege Ampullen Stress Balance Hautberu...
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Konzentrat zur Anwendung unter das Pflegeprodukt.mit src-complex SOFORT-EFFEKT• reduziert Hautreaktionen auf (chemische, mechanische, mikrobiologische, Umwelt-) Stressfaktoren• entzündungshemmende WirkungKUR-EFFEKT• gefäßaktive Wirkung (reduziert rote Äderchen, unterstützt Couperose Behandlung)• Irritationsvorbeugende und Repair-Wirkung

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Madhouse Effect
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The Madhouse Effect portrays the intellectual pretzels into which denialists must twist logic to explain away the clear evidence that human activity has changed Earth´s climate. Toles´s cartoons collapse counter-scientific strategies into their biased components, helping readers see how to best strike at these fallacies. Mann´s expert skills at science communication aim to restore sanity to a debate that continues to rage against widely acknowledged scientific consensus. The synergy of these two climate science crusaders enlivens the gloom and doom of so many climate-themed books - and may even convert die-hard doubters to the side of sound science.

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Declaré Pflege Ampullen Stress Balance Hautberu...
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Konzentrat zur Anwendung unter das Pflegeprodukt.mit src-complex SOFORT-EFFEKT• reduziert Hautreaktionen auf (chemische, mechanische, mikrobiologische, Umwelt-) Stressfaktoren• entzündungshemmende WirkungKUR-EFFEKT• gefäßaktive Wirkung (reduziert rote Äderchen, unterstützt Couperose Behandlung)• Irritationsvorbeugende und Repair-Wirkung

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Madhouse Effect
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Exposes the twists in logic climate change denialists must use to explain away the evidence that human activity has changed Earth´s climate.

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Water Pollution: Effects and Mitigation Strategies
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Environmental Pollution: Causes, Effects and Co...
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Evolution and Water Resources Utilization of th...
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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the Yangtze River system and its water resources development and management. From the perspectives of geology, hydrology, zoology, ecology, it discusses the Yangtze River´s geological history and aquatic environments, analyses the endangered species along the river basin, and reviews the effects of human hydrolytic activities on its ecosystem. By studying the history of Yangtze River system and its water resources development, it provides insights into the effects of evolution and human activities on the ecosystem of its basin, and offers strategic thoughts on conservation and sustainable development of the Yangtze River. Written by an author with extensive experience in the field, this book is an invaluable reference resource for researchers interested in the Yangtze River.

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Nanoparticles in the Water Cycle
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As nanotechnology enters everyday life, engineered nanoparticles (ENP) will find their way into nature, including surface and groundwater. Here, distinguished experts of water chemistry present dedicated methods for the analysis of nanoparticles in the aquatic environment, their distribution and fate. This includes the influence of complex matrices such as wastewater, brown water with natural organic matter (NOM), and high salt concentrations as well as available and future standardized methods. The background of geogenic, natural nanoparticles is considered in a discussion of known environmental effects, including strategies to test for potential effects on human and environmental health.

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A Farewell to Ice
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´Astonishing ... beautiful, compelling and terrifying´ Observer ´Wadhams´ writing sparkles ... a lyrical sense of wonder at the natural world ... essential reading ... may be the best reader-friendly account of the greenhouse effect available to date´ John Burnside, New Statesman Ice is beautiful and complex. It regulates our planet´s temperature. And it is vanishing - fast. Peter Wadhams, the world´s leading expert on sea ice, draws on his lifetime´s research in the Arctic region to illuminate what is happening, what it means for the future, and what can be done. ´This most experienced and rational scientist states what so many other researchers privately fear but cannot publicly say´ John Vidal, Guardian ´Wadhams brings huge expertise to his subject - and he is an excellent writer´ Martin Rees ´Utterly extraordinary´ Jonathon Porritt

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Hack the Planet: Science´s Best Hope--Or Worst ...
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An inside tour of the incredible--and probably dangerous--plans to counteract the effects of climate change through experiments that range from the plausible to the fantastic David Battisti had arrived in Cambridge expecting a bloodbath. So had many of the other scientists who had joined him for an invitation-only workshop on climate science in 2007, with geoengineering at the top of the agenda. We can´t take deliberately altering the atmosphere seriously, he thought, because there´s no way we´ll ever know enough to control it. But by the second day, with bad climate news piling on bad climate news, he was having second thoughts. When the scientists voted in a straw poll on whether to support geoengineering research, Battisti, filled with fear about the future, voted in favor. While the pernicious effects of global warming are clear, efforts to reduce the carbon emissions that cause it have fallen far short of what´s needed. Some scientists have started exploring more direct and radical ways to cool the planet, such as: * Pouring reflective pollution into the upper atmosphere * Making clouds brighter * Growing enormous blooms of algae in the ocean Schemes that were science fiction just a few years ago have become earnest plans being studied by alarmed scientists, determined to avoid a climate catastrophe. In Hack the Planet, Science magazine reporter Eli Kintisch looks more closely at this array of ideas and characters, asking if these risky schemes will work, and just how geoengineering is changing the world. Scientists are developing geoengineering techniques for worst-case scenarios. But what would those desperate times look like? Kintisch outlines four circumstances: collapsing ice sheets, megadroughts, a catastrophic methane release, and slowing of the global ocean conveyor belt. As incredible and outlandish as many of these plans may seem, could they soon become our only hope for avoiding calamity? Or will the plans of brilliant and well-intentioned scientists cause unforeseeable disasters as they play out in the real world? And does the advent of geoengineering mean that humanity has failed in its role as steward of the planet--or taken on a new responsibility? Kintisch lays out the possibilities and dangers of geoengineering in a time of planetary tipping points. His investigation is required reading as the debate over global warming shifts to whether humanity should Hack the Planet. An inside tour of the incredible--and probably dangerous--plans to counteract the effects of climate change through experiments that range from the plausible to the fantastic David Battisti had arrived in Cambridge expecting a bloodbath. So had many of the other scientists who had joined him for an invitation-only workshop on climate science in 2007, with geoengineering at the top of the agenda. We can´t take deliberately altering the atmosphere seriously, he thought, because there´s no way we´ll ever know enough to control it. But by the second day, with bad climate news piling on bad climate news, he was having second thoughts. When the scientists voted in a straw poll on whether to support geoengineering research, Battisti, filled with fear about the future, voted in favor. While the pernicious effects of global warming are clear, efforts to reduce the carbon emissions that cause it have fallen far short of what´s needed. Some scientists have started exploring more direct and radical ways to cool the planet, such as: * Pouring reflective pollution into the upper atmosphere * Making clouds brighter * Growing enormous blooms of algae in the ocean Schemes that were science fiction just a few years ago have become earnest plans being studied by alarmed scientists, determined to avoid a climate catastrophe. In Hack the Planet, Science magazine reporter Eli Kintisch looks more closely at this array of ideas and characters, asking if these risky schemes will work, and just how geoengineering is changing the world. Scientists are developing geoengineering techniques for worst-case scenarios. But what would those desperate times look like? Kintisch outlines four circumstances: collapsing ice sheets, megadroughts, a catastrophic methane release, and slowing of the global ocean conveyor belt. As incredible and outlandish as many of these plans may seem, could they soon become our only hope for avoiding calamity? Or will the plans of brilliant and well-intentioned scientists cause unforeseeable disasters as they play out in the real

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Habitats and Biota of the Gulf of Mexico: Befor...
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This book is open access under a CC BY-NC 2.5 license. The Gulf of Mexico is an open and dynamic marine ecosystem rich in natural resources but heavily impacted by human activities, including agricultural, industrial, commercial and coastal development. The Gulf of Mexico has been continuously exposed to petroleum hydrocarbons for millions of years from natural oil and gas seeps on the sea floor, and more recently from oil drilling and production activities located in the water near and far from shore. Major accidental oil spills in the Gulf are infrequent; two of the most significant include the Ixtoc I blowout in the Bay of Campeche in 1979 and the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in 2010. Unfortunately, baseline assessments of the status of habitats and biota in the Gulf of Mexico before these spills either were not available, or the data had not been systematically compiled in a way that would help scientists assess the potential short-term and long-term effects of such events. This 2-volume series compiles and summarizes thousands of data sets showing the status of habitats and biota in the Gulf of Mexico before the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Volume 1 covers: water and sediment quality and contaminants in the Gulf; natural oil and gas seeps in the Gulf of Mexico; coastal habitats, including flora and fauna and coastal geology; offshore benthos and plankton, with an analysis of current knowledge on energy capture and energy flows in the Gulf; and shellfish and finfish resources that provide the basis for commercial and recreational fisheries.

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