Recent Titles in the Science 101 Series Evolution 101 Janice Moore and Randy Moore Biotechnology 101 Brian Robert Shmaefsky Cosmology 101 Kristine M. Larsen Genetics 101 Michael Windelspecht Human Origins 101 Holly M. Dunsworth ...
Author: John J.W. Rogers
How much has human history been influenced by the earth and its processes? This volume in the Science 101 series describes how both slow changes and rapid, violent, ones have impacted the development of civilizations throughout history. Slow changes include variations in climate, progressive development of types of tools and sources of energy, and changes in the types of food that people consume. Violent changes include volcanic eruptions such as the one at Toba 75,000 years ago, which may have caused diversification of people into different races, and the eruption of Santorini in 1640 BC, which may have destroyed Minoan civilization. Other disasters are Hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the tsunami in the Indian Ocean in 2004.
Interpreting Our World: 100 Discoveries that Revolutionized Geography. ... NASA Global Climate Change. https://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus/ National Geographic. “Biodiversity. ... Earth Science and Human History 101.
Author: Ian Muehlenhaus
Geography Today provides a thoughtful and thorough introduction to the study of geography—from maps and technology to the study of different cultures, political systems, and economies, and an investigation of plate tectonics and climate systems. Provides readers with a concise explanation of geography concepts as laid out in the U.S. National Geography Standards Provides real-world examples of geography in action Contains numerous resources to help readers fully understand the study of geography in the 21st century. Includes an A-to-Z quick reference section that enables students to dive deeper into specific terms, themes, and concepts
Author: Mark A. S. McMenaminPublish On: 2007-06-26
Science 101: Geology goes deep into the core of this gritty earth science, covering everything from the history of geological theory to the formation and structure of the Earth's layers to the basics of plate tectonics, magma, and fossils.
Author: Mark A. S. McMenamin
Publisher: Harper Collins
Science 101: Geology goes deep into the core of this gritty earth science, covering everything from the history of geological theory to the formation and structure of the Earth's layers to the basics of plate tectonics, magma, and fossils. More than 250 color photos illustrate subjects such as rock classification and geological catastrophes Highlights include cutting-edge information on new technologies and research breakthroughs Ready Reference section with at-a-glance timelines, charts, and diagrams, including a geological map of the world Perfect at-home reference for students, families, and rock hounds everywhere
Earth Science and Human History 101, 2007, GreenwoodPress) with TrileighTucker,aformer studentwhois nowonthe faculty of Seattle University. Women's College Education in the Past Two Centuries, 2011, PublishAmerica) Books of fiction and ...
... Insights about Human–Environment Relationships for Sustainability,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 ... 65 Kendrick Frazier, People of Chaco: A Canyon and its Culture (New York: WW Norton & Company, 1999), 101–2.
Author: Benjamin Lieberman
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Climate Change and Human History provides a concise introduction to the relationship between human beings and climate change throughout history. Starting hundreds of thousands of years ago and going up to the present day, this book illustrates how natural climate variability affected early human societies and how human activity is now leading to drastic changes to our climate. Taking a chronological approach the authors explain how climate change created opportunities and challenges for human societies in each major time period, covering themes such as phases of climate and history, climate shocks, the rise and fall of civilizations, industrialization, accelerating climate change and our future outlook. This 2nd edition includes a new chapter on the explosion of social movements, protest groups and key individuals since 2017 and the implications this has had on the history of climate change, an improved introduction to the Anthropocene and extra content on the basic dynamics of the climate system alongside updated historiography. With more case studies, images and individuals throughout the text, the second edition also includes a glossary of terms and further reading to aid students in understanding this interdisciplinary subject. An ideal companion for all students of environmental history, Climate Change and Human History clearly demonstrates the critical role of climate in shaping human history and of the experience of humans in both adapting to and shaping climate change.
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Author: Philip Pomper
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Social scientists, philosophers, and mathematicians have adapted evolutionary theory for use in a variety of disciplines for several decades, but until now historians have lagged behind. In The Return of Science, several distinguished historians join prominent scholars from a wide range of disciplines to debate the applications of evolutionary theory to cultural, social, economic, and political phenomena. The contributors offer original theoretical approaches and deal with issues such as the benefits, limits, and dangers of using evolutionary theory in the social sciences, the problem of defining units of evolution, the use of mathematics in historical study, and the appropriateness of chaos theory in historical study. Originally published as part of the journal History and Theory, these revised and updated essays are a valuable resource for historiographers.
McGuire , Reviewing Earth Science , 51–55 . 48. ... Thompson and Turk , Earth Science , 101 . 23. ... Naomi Oreskes , ed . , Plate Tectonics : An Insider's History of the Modern Theory of the Earth ( Boulder , Colo .
Author: Robert E. Krebs
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
The basic concepts found in introductory earth science courses in high school and college are presented and explained.
Board on Human-Resource Data and Analyses, National Research Council (U.S.). ... CODE NUMBERS FOR FIELDS D I S PLAYED IN TABLE 2 Physics & Astronomy (101-199) Chemistry (200-299) Earth Sciences (301-399) Physical Sciences Subtotal ...
Earth Sciences History, 15, pp. 101-140. Do'r'r, R.H. JR. 1998. Charles Lyell's debt to North America: his lectures and travels from 1841 to 1853. In Lyell: the past is the key to the present. Edited by D.J. Blundell and A.C. Scott.
Journal of Human Evolution 78, 1–11. ... The Maka femur and its bearing on the antiquity of human walking: applying contemporary concepts of morphogenesis to the human fossil record. ... Journal of African Earth Sciences 101, 232–252.
Author: Sally C. Reynolds
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A comprehensive account of hominin fossil sites across Africa, including the environmental and ecological evidence central to our understanding of human evolution.