Table of contents for Environmental science : earth as a living planet / Daniel B. Botkin, Edward A. Keller ; with assistance from Dorothy B. Rosenthal ... [et al.].
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1. Key Themes in Environmental Science.
2. Science as a Way of Knowing: Critical Thinking about the Environment.
3. The Big Picture: Systems of Change.
4. The Human Population and the Environment.
5. The Biogeochemical Cycles.
6. Ecosystems and Ecosystem Management.
7. Biological Diversity.
9. Biological Productivity and Energy Flow.
10. Ecological Restoration.
11. Producing Enough Food for the World: How Agriculture Depends on Environment.
12. Effects of Agriculture on the Environment.
13.Forests, Parks, and Landscapes.
14. Wildlife, Fisheries, and Endangered Species.
15. Environmental Health, Pollution, and Toxicology.
16. Natural Disasters and Catastrophe
17. Energy: Some Basics.
18. Fossil Fuels and the Environment.
19. Alternative Energy and the Environment.
20. Nuclear Energy and the Environment.
21. Water Supply, Use, and Management.
22. Water Pollution and Treatment.
23. The Atmosphere, Climate, and Global Warming.
24. Air Pollution.
25. Indoor Air Pollution.
26. Ozone Depletion.
27. Minerals and the Environment.
28. Dollars and Environmental Sense: Economics of Environment Issues.
29. Urban Environments.
30. Waste Management.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Environmental sciences -- Case studies.