Handbook Of Surveillance Technologies Third Edition

Author: J.K. Petersen
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439873151
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Those which are not currently in print are sometimes available in local libraries
and second-hand book stores, or through interlibrary loan systems. Arnold,
Robert H., Interpretation ofAirphotos and Remotely Sensed Imagery, Prentice-
Hall, 1996, 262 pages. Arthus-Bertrand, Yann; Bessis, Sophie; Baker, David,
Earth From Above, London: Thames & Hudson, 1999, 424 pages. Not a technical
reference, but one of the most aesthetic political essays of the Earth as told with
over 200 aerial ...

Fundamentals Of Environmental Chemistry Third Edition

Author: Stanley E. Manahan
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420052691
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LIFE AND THE BIOSPHERE The water-rich boundary region at the interface of
Earth's surface with the The water-rich boundary region at the interface of Earth's
surface with the atmosphere, a paper-thin skin compared with the dimensions of
Earth or its ... Although the numbers and kinds of organisms decrease very
rapidly with distance above Earth's surface, and kinds of organisms decrease
very rapidly with distance above Earth's surface, the atmosphere as a whole,
extending ...

The Grammar Of Astrology By Zadkiel Third Edition Enlarged

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When the Sun is in northern signs he is longer above the Earth than below, and
the days are longer than the nights; when he is in the southern signs, he remains
longer below the horizon than above, and the nights are longer than the days. Of
course, when any planet is in a north sign it remains longer above the Earth than
below; and, vice verszi, when it is in a south sign its stay is longer below the Earth
. Each point of the zodiac rises and sets once every twenty-four hours, ...

A Sketch Of Modern And Antient Geography Third Edition

Author: Samuel Butler
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As the Earth makes one complete revolution on its axis, in a direction from West
to East, in 24 hours, any one point of the Earth's surface must have been carried
through 360° in that time; or if we suppose a fixed meridian above the Earth, like
the brazen meridian of a globe, every part of the Equator, containing 360°, must
have passed under that meridian in 24 hours. Hence, if we divide 360 by 24, we
shall find how many degrees pass under this meridian in one hour, which will be
15.

Photovoltaic Systems Engineering Third Edition

Author: Roger Messenger
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439802939
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2.4.3 the Orbit and rotation of the earth The earth revolves around the sun once
per year in an elliptical orbit with the sun at one of the foci, such that the distance
from sun to the earth is given by [1] d n = × +− 15 10 ... The polar
axis of the earth is inclined by an angle of 23.45° to the plane of the earth's orbit
about the sun. This inclination ... On the first day of winter, the sun appears
vertically above the Tropic of Capricorn, which is latitude 23.45° S of the equator.

Living With The Earth Third Edition

Author: Gary S. Moore
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0849379997
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I extend sincere thanks to all the students mentioned above who wrote some of
the text for selected chapters and provided much needed proofreading for most of
the book. These students all benefited enormously from the experience, and
grew in confidence and capabilities. I provided instruction in the areas of writing
and organization, page layout, and graphic design. Each student took something
of importance with them. John Edman, an entomology professor at the University
of ...

The Lipid Handbook With Cd Rom Third Edition

Author: Frank D. Gunstone
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420009675
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If, on the other hand, the relatively dark bleached component is mixed with the
other, unbleached component and the mixture bleached to target residual colour,
the total amount of bleaching earth would be slightly less, since the colour
loading on the earth used for the “dark” component would be higher than when
that component is bleached to target colour. The above, of course, only holds
when the same adsorbent is used for each component and to remove the same
adsorbate(s).

A Familiar History Of Birds With Plates The Third Edition

Author: Edward Stanley
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He sees that the light snow-flake is unable to remain suspended in the air; that
the still lighter thistle-down, when no longer supported by the breeze, has a
tendency to fall to the ground; and yet he is told, that there are tenants of the air,
countless as those of earth and water; that some of considerable size and weight
can journey on their way above the clouds, with a facility and speed far
exceeding that of the swiftest footed animal. He may, indeed, from observing that
cork and light ...

Earth Pressure And Earth Retaining Structures Third Edition

Author: Chris R.I. Clayton
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466552115
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Because of their breadth, mass and method of construction, gravity walls are
generally used for low retained heights, above water, and where founding
conditions are reasonable. The method of wall construction used for gravity walls
means that the type of imported fill that is used, and the way that it is compacted,
will determine the earth pressures on the wall. However, the in situ ground will
typically determine its foundation behaviour, since this will be left in place below
the wall.

The Hand Book Of Physical Science Third Edition Etc

Author: Robert William FRASER
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Suppose that at the height of three and a half miles, the air is twice as thin as at
the earth's surface, then at twice that height, or seven miles, it will be four times as
thin ; and at thrice that height, or ten miles, it is eight times as thin, or only one-
eighth of its density at the surface of the earth. If this computation were continued,
it would be found, that at 500 miles above the earth, a cubic inch of air would be
so greatly increased in volume as to equal in extent the space occupied by the
planet ...