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Allaby, Michael: Green facts
(Ecology Facts) - the greenhouse effect and other key issues. 1989.
192p. Hamlyn. A well-documented and readable account on the main issues
Begon & Mortimer: Population
Borgstrom, Georg: Too many:
an ecological overview of Earth's limitations. 1971. Collier.
Brand, Stewart: The clock of
the long now. Time and responsibility. 1999.
Budyko, M I: Global Ecology.1980.
Burton, Ian & Robert W Kates
& Gilbert F White: The environment as hazard. 1978. Oxford Univ
Cairncross, Frances: Costing
the Earth. 1991. Harvard Business School Press.
Club of Rome: The First Global
Revolution.(A King & B Schneider).1992.
Davidson, Eric A: You can't
eat GNP. Economics as if ecology mattered. Perseus Publ. 2000.
Diamond, Jared: Guns, germs
De Villiers, Marc: Water, the
fate of our most precious resource. Houghton Mifflin Co, 2000. A compelling
and disturbing overview of the water situation world-wide. Factual and
well documented. A must-read.
Ehrlich, Paul R and Anne H and
John P Holden:
Ecoscience, population, resources, environment. 1977.
Freeman & Co.
Ehrlich, Paul & Anne: The
population explosion. 1991. Touchstone.
Ehrlich, Paul R: Betrayal of
science and reason. How anti-environmental rhetoric threatens our future.
Island Press, 1996.
Karliner, Joshua: The corporate
planet: Ecology and politics in the age of globalization. 1997 Sierra
Kormondy, Edward J: Concepts
MacArthur, Robert & Joseph
Connell: The Biology of populations.1966.
Moore, Hillary B: Marine Ecology.1966.5th
Odum, Eugene P: Fundamentals
of ecology. 1971. W B Saunders Co.
Wackernagel, Mathis and William
Rees: Our ecological footprint - reducing human impact on the Earth.
1992 The New Catalyst series.
Whittaker, Robert: (2) Communities
Internet links: NOAA
(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) educational section about
severe weather phenomena.
20000320 - Started
to place the chapter about waves on the net.