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Health Impact Assessment: Principles and Practice

by Martin Birley

Health Impact Assessment (HIA) is primarily concerned with the future consequences of plans, proposals and policies on the health of communities. It is a rapidly growing complement to Environmental Impact Assessment,...


International Law of the Shipmaster

by John A.C. Cartner, Richard P. Fiske & Tara L. Leiter

A comprehensive review of the laws and regulations governing the shipmaster including customary law, case law, statutory law, treaty law and regulatory law, covering: • A brief history of the shipmaster •...


13 Steps to Manufacturing in China

by Bruce W. Mitchell

Thirteen Steps to Manufacturing in China defines the methodology for establishing a manufacturing operation in China. A comprehensive guide book, it includes the advantages and disadvantages of manufacturing...


Human Dependence on Nature: How to Help Solve the Environmental Crisis

by Haydn Washington

Written in an accessible and engaging style, Washington provides an excellent overview of humanity's relationship with Nature. The book looks at energy flow, nutrient cycling, ecosystem services, ecosystem collapse,...


Molecular Plant Pathology

by Matthew Dickinson

Studies of the interactions between plants and their viral, bacterial and fungal pathogens are of major importance in plant and crop production. More than 10% of potential agricultural yield is lost to these...


The Rise and Fall of the Us Mortgage and Credit Markets: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Market Meltdown

by James Barth

The mortgage meltdown: what went wrong and how do we fix it?

Owning a home can bestow a sense of security and independence. But today, in a cruel twist, many Americans now regard their homes as a source of worry...


Coming Back Alive

by Spike Walker

When the fishing vessel La Conte sinks suddenly at night in one-hundred-mile-per-hour winds and record ninety-foot seas during a savage storm in January 1998, her five crewmen are left to drift without a life...


Rhythms of the Week: And Other Explorations of Time

by Wolfgang Held & Matthew Barton

The week has a remarkable rhythm that does not fit exactly with either the month or the year, yet most of humanity keeps faith with it. Why did the seven-day week triumph over other ways of subdividing the month...


Marvelous Stories from the Life of Muhammad

by Mardijah Aldrich Tarantino

A collection of lively, well-loved stories from the life of the Prophet Muhammad.

Includes twenty-three charming illustrations of Arabia.


Betrayed by Nature

by Robin Hesketh

Seven million people die from cancer each year around the world, and many more are impacted by this universal scourge. In Betrayed by Nature, research scientist and lecturer Robin Hesketh demystifies the nature...


SuperFuel

by Richard Martin

 A riveting look at how an alternative source of energy is revoluntionising nuclear power, promising a safe and clean future for millions, and why thorium was sidelined at the height of the Cold War

 

In this...


Kings Mountain: The Defeat of the Loyalists October 7, 1780

by Dave Dameron

An important turning point in the American War for Independence.


The Cichlid Fishes: Nature's Grand Experiment In Evolution

by George Barlow

"The Cichlid Fishes is a marvelous narrative about an extraordinary family of creatures. Barlow's fertile synthesis belongs in the pantheon of natural-history classics."-Natural History


The Wizards of Langley: Inside the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology

by Jeffrey T Richelson

A uniquely detailed and engrossing look at the individuals, scientific innovation, and bureaucratic warfare behind the scenes at the CIA's Directorate of Science and Technology


Lost Over Laos: A True Story of Tragedy, Mystery, and Friendship

by Richard Pyle & Horst Faas

"Deeply moving...an excellent short history of an important part of the Vietnam War...a fascinating insider's look at the rugged life of civilian photographers during wartime."-Publishers Weekly


The Neanderthal's Necklace: In Search of the First Thinkers

by Juan Luis Arsuaga & Andy Klatt

The Neanderthals provide a surprising mirror for modern-day humanity. They belonged to our evolutionary group and lived like the Cro-Magnons, our ancestors, did — worshipping, socializing, and hunting. The...


Boots on the Ground: Stories of American Soldiers from Iraq and Afghanistan

by Clint Willis

The recent wars in Iraq and in Afghanistan have generated gripping coverage from some of our most accomplished writers and correspondents, and Boots on the Ground collects the best new writing about our troops...


The Last Time Around Cape Horn: The Historic 1949 Voyage of the Windjammer Pamir

by William F. Stark & Peter Stark

A memorable tale of adventure on the turbulent seas of the Great Southern and Atlantic oceans—on one of the most historic voyages of our time—finds its way into paperback. This is William F. Stark’s engrossing...


Bolt Of Fate: Benjamin Franklin And His Fabulous Kite

by Tom Tucker

Was Benjamin Franklin's famous electric kite experiment a fraud? And did it determine the course of the American Revolution?


Cataclysm: The First World War as Political Tragedy

by David Stevenson

"David Stevenson’s widely acclaimed history of World War I changes forever our understanding of that pivotal conflict. Countering the commonplace assumption that politicians lost control of events, and"