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Anthropocene: A Very Short Introduction

Climate scientists, geologists, ecologists, and archaeologists recognize the profound effects of human activity on Earth, though whether and how this should be recognized as a formal geological epoch - the Anthropocene - remains under debate, Erle Ellis describes how the Anthropocene concept is affecting the sciences, humanities, and politics.
R 99,41 R 116,95

Darwin's hunch

There is agreement in the scientific world today that all humans share common origins in Africa, but when Charles Darwin first suggested it in 1871, few European scientists took his theory seriously. When the Taung child skull was found in South Africa in 1924, Raymond Dart supported Darwin's theory.
R 280,50 R 330,00

Awesome Science : Historical Geology Set

Explore the wonders of God's creation through national parks and monuments!

Package Includes:
Your Guide to the Grand Canyon
Your Guide to Yellowstone
America's National Parks: A Creation Tour
Teacher Guide
R 2 286,49 R 2 689,99

An Ape's View of Human Evolution

Whilst many books have addressed human evolution and the human fossil record, very few have examined our fossil ape relatives. This volume synthesises genetic, ecological and anatomical data to develop a unique account of what we know about our last common ancestor and how they lived.
R 411,58 R 484,21

Africa's top geological sites

Africa is home to more than the Cradle of Humankind. It was the core of the ancient supercontinent Pangaea, and comprises some of the oldest and most extraordinary geology on planet Earth. This detailed and colourful book features 44 of the continent's most spectacular and interesting 'geosites'.
R 331,50 R 390,00

Atmospheric Boundary Layer: Integrating Air Chemistry and Land Interactions

Based on more than twenty years of research and teaching, this textbook, and the associated CLASS software, is an excellent introduction to the interactions between the atmosphere and the land for advanced students, and a reference text for researchers in atmospheric physics and chemistry, hydrology, and plant physiology.
R 857,45 R 1 008,77

AIMS Library of Mathematical Sciences: Introduction to Atmospheric Modelling

This graduate-level introduction shows how mathematical modelling helps us to understand atmospheric phenomena. Written for students with backgrounds in mathematics, physics and engineering, this book will be a valuable resource as they begin studying atmospheric science.
R 94,32 R 110,96


Describes how and why avalanches form and includes information on survival and rescue.
R 191,25 R 225,00

An Introduction to Geological Structures and Maps

An Introduction to Geological Structures and Maps remains the most popular textbook for students needing a concise and accessible introduction to geological structures and mapping skills.
R 433,50 R 510,00

Bone Idol

"All Winners titles combine high-interest science content, a variety of text types and all the features needed to support kids struggling with reading. They have a reading age of 7.5 years and an interest age of 9 years.
R 135,74 R 159,69

Day of Fire

"It is 79 AD in a small Italian town called Pompeii. The day dawns much like any other day and people go about their business. That is, until a violent eruption marks this day in history and changes Pompeii forever.Reading Age: 10.0 yearsGenre: Historical FictionSubject: Earth Science - Volcanoes
R 63,21 R 74,37