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Energy Conservation

Energy Conservation
InTeOp | 2012 | ISBN: 9535108290 9789535108290 | 248 pages | PDF | 13 MB


This book covers the areas of fundamentals in energy conservation and its applications in selected industries. The topics range from energy fundamentals from cosmic radiation, tidal waves and dams. The book examines the potential of utilizing energy from sustainable resources and how energy consumption may be conserved from various new technologies....







Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas

Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas
Publisher: W[ile]y; 2011 | 752 Pages | ISBN: 0470603852 | PDF | 49 MB...



Medicinal Plants: Utilisation and Conservation, Second Edition

Medicinal Plants: Utilisation and Conservation, Second Edition

University of Rajasthan | 2009 | ISBN: 8179102289, 144166405X | 542 pages | PDF | 24 MB

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"Topics in Conservation Biology " ed. by Tony Povilitis

"Topics in Conservation Biology " ed. by Tony Povilitis
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535105404 9789535105404 | 121 pages | PDF | 5 MB
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History of Architectural Conservation (CONSERVATION AND MUSEOLOGY) | 15.87 MB

The aim of the present study is to identify and describe the origin and development of the modern approach to the conservation and restoration of ancient monuments and historic buildings, the influence that this development has had on international collaboration in the protection and conservation of cultural heritage, and the present consequences worldwide.


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"Energy Conservation" ed. by Azni Zain Ahmed
InTeOp | 2012 | ISBN: 9535108290 9789535108290 | 248 pages | PDF | 13 MB
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Conservation Biogeography


Conservation Biogeography by Richard J. Ladle, Robert J. Whittaker


Wiley | English | 2011 | ISBN: 1444335030 | 321 pages | PDF | 90 MB

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The Power Makers' Challenge: And the Need for Fission Energy

Martin Nicholson, "The Power Makers' Challenge: And the Need for Fission Energy"
English | ISBN: 1447128125 | 2012 | 222 pages | PDF | 2,4 MB


The Power Makers - the producers of our electricity - must meet the demands of their customers while also addressing the threat of climate change. There are widely differing views about solutions to electricity generation in an emission constrained world. Some see the problem as relatively straight forward, requiring deep cuts in emissions now by improving energy efficiency, energy conservation and using only renewable resources. Many electricity industry engineers and scientists see the problem as being much more involved. The Power Makers ’ Challenge: and the need for Fission Energy looks at why using only conventional renewable energy sources is not quite as simple as it seems. Following a general introduction to electricity and its distribution, the author quantifies the reductions needed in greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector in the face of ever increasing world demands for electricity. It provides some much needed background on the many energy sources available for producing electricity and discusses their advantages and limitations to meet both the emission reduction challenge and electricity demand. By analyzing the three main groups of energy sources: renewable energy, fossil fuels and fission energy (nuclear power), readers can assess the ability of each group to meet the challenge of both reducing emissions and maintaining reliable supply at least cost. It is written for both non-technical and technical readers. ...




Biodiversity, Biofuels, Agroforestry and Conservation Agriculture

Biodiversity, Biofuels, Agroforestry and Conservation Agriculture...


Topics in Conservation Biology

"Topics in Conservation Biology " ed. by Tony Povilitis
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535105404 9789535105404 | 121 pages | PDF | 5 MB


This book offers room for reflection on the definition and utility of the word 'natural' on a planet now overwhelmingly dominated by people. The six chapters of this book provide insightful analysis on managing protected areas (Middle East), conserving biochemical and genetic diversity of carob tree (Tunisia) and wild pear (Japan), determining the health status of Amazon manatee, manipulating sex ratios to benefit wildlife, and narrowing the gap between religion and conservation. ...




Topics in Conservation Biology

Topics in Conservation Biology
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535105404 9789535105404 | 121 pages | PDF | 5 MB


This book offers room for reflection on the definition and utility of the word 'natural' on a planet now overwhelmingly dominated by people. The six chapters of this book provide insightful analysis on managing protected areas (Middle East), conserving biochemical and genetic diversity of carob tree (Tunisia) and wild pear (Japan), determining the health status of Amazon manatee, manipulating sex ratios to benefit wildlife, and narrowing the gap between religion and conservation....







Electronic Devices (Conventional Current Version) (9th Edition)

Electronic Devices (Conventional Current Version) (9th Edition)...


The Power Makers' Challenge: And the Need for Fission Energy

Martin Nicholson, "The Power Makers' Challenge: And the Need for Fission Energy"
English | ISBN: 1447128125 | 2012 | 222 pages | PDF | 2,4 MB


The Power Makers - the producers of our electricity - must meet the demands of their customers while also addressing the threat of climate change. There are widely differing views about solutions to electricity generation in an emission constrained world. Some see the problem as relatively straight forward, requiring deep cuts in emissions now by improving energy efficiency, energy conservation and using only renewable resources. Many electricity industry engineers and scientists see the problem as being much more involved. The Power Makers ’ Challenge: and the need for Fission Energy looks at why using only conventional renewable energy sources is not quite as simple as it seems. Following a general introduction to electricity and its distribution, the author quantifies the reductions needed in greenhouse gas emissions from the power sector in the face of ever increasing world demands for electricity. It provides some much needed background on the many energy sources available for producing electricity and discusses their advantages and limitations to meet both the emission reduction challenge and electricity demand. By analyzing the three main groups of energy sources: renewable energy, fossil fuels and fission energy (nuclear power), readers can assess the ability of each group to meet the challenge of both reducing emissions and maintaining reliable supply at least cost. It is written for both non-technical and technical readers. ...



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