By Cyrus C. M. Mody
By Colin Nash
The historical past of Aquaculture is a complete background of captive fish creation from its small scale prehistoric roots via to the large-scale industrialized practices of this present day. 13 chapters take readers chronologically during the evolution of this crucial self-discipline. Chapters conceal key classes of development and hint alterations within the box from subsistence fish farming within the center a long time throughout the efforts to construct worldwide potential for fish creation to satisfy the wishes of the world's ever turning out to be population.
Informative and interesting, The heritage of Aquaculture will greatly attract aquaculture scientists, researchers, pros, and students.
- Comprehensive heritage of advances in aquaculture creation from prehistoric origins to industrialized practices
- Written by way of a respected scientists with many years of expertise operating within the aquaculture field
- Engaging and informative it is going to commonly entice contributors occupied with all elements of aquaculture
By Virga Vincent,Emilee Hines
Combining 50 infrequent, attractive, and numerous maps of the Commonwealth of Virginia from the collections of the Library of Congress, informative captions concerning the origins and contents of these maps, and essays on nation heritage, this booklet is a collectible for cartography buffs and a party of Virginia for citizens, former citizens, and viewers.
By Erich Obermayr,Robert W. McQueen
By Timothy J. LeCain
Mass destruction mining quickly unfold round the country and the globe, offering uncooked fabrics necessary to the mass construction and mass intake that more and more outlined the rising "American means of life." on the sunrise of the final century, Jackling's open pit changed vast yet constricted underground mines that probed approximately a mile underneath the earth, to turn into the last word image of the fashionable religion that technology and expertise may perhaps conquer all ordinary limits. a brand new tradition of mass destruction emerged that promised approximately countless offers not just of copper, but additionally of coal, trees, fish, and different typical resources.
But, what have been the consequences? Timothy J. LeCain deftly analyzes how open-pit mining maintains to impact the surroundings in its ongoing devastation of nature and commodification of the actual international. The nation's biggest poisonous Superfund web site will be one impact, in addition to different forms of environmental useless zones worldwide. but at the present time, because the world's inhabitants races towards American degrees of source intake, really doable choices to the know-how of mass destruction haven't but emerged.
By James Bowen,Margarita Bowen
By Graham Hollister-Short,Frank James
By Bart Hendrickx,Bert Vis
This soaking up ebook describes the lengthy improvement of the Soviet house go back and forth method, its infrastructure and the distance agency’s plans to stick with up the 1st historical unmanned venture. The booklet contains comparisons with the yank trip process and gives debts of the Soviet attempt pilots selected for education to fly the procedure, and the operational, political and engineering difficulties that eventually sealed the destiny of Buran and eventually of NASA’s trip fleet.
By John D. Greenwood
By Thomas F. Glick,Steven Livesey,Faith Wallis
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