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Chemistry ...............................................3Computing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Criminal Justice ........................................27Earth and Environmental Science ......................52Energy .................................................60Engineering ............................................62Finance ................................................97Fundamental Lie Science .............................106Mathematics ..........................................124Neuroscience .........................................132Physics and Astronomy ...............................135Probability and Statistics ..............................138Psychology ............................................140Security ...............................................147
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Biogeochemistry, 3rd Edition
An Analysis o Global Change
Biogeochemistry, 3rd Edition
considers how the basic chemical conditions o theplanet have been, and are continually being, determined by the existence o lie on Earth. The text analyzes the increasing demands o the growing humanpopulation and its impact on limited resources, along with the resulting changesin the chemical makeup o the planet.
Key Features:
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Emphasizes the eects o lie on the basic chemistry o the atmosphere, thesoils and seawaters o the Earth
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Calculates and compares the eects o industrial emissions, land clearing,agriculture and the rising population on Earth’s chemistry
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Synthesizes the global cycles o carbon, nitrogen, phosphorous, and sulur,and suggests the best current budgets or atmospheric gases such asammonia, nitrous oxide, dimethyl sulde and carbonyl sulde
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Includes an extensive review and up-to-date synthesis o the current literatureon the Earth’s biogeochemistry
“[The third edition of] the now classic text by Bill Schlesinger not only updates, but expands upon the earlier editions. This is a must read, ‘one stop shop’ for a basic, yet detailed text on contemporary biogeochemical cycles, writ large. While the author doesdescribe basic cycles in an historical context, the primary focus is on contemporary cycles, their interactions and the effects of humans on them. A tour de force that will be referred to often, the book is a must-read for anyone working in the general area of biogeochemistry.” 
—Paul Falkowski,
Rutgers University
CHEMISTRY Elsevier Textbooks Catalog
By:
William H. Schlesinger
, Cary Institute o EcosystemStudies, Millbrook, NY, USA
Emily S. Bernhardt
, Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
ISBN: 978-0-12-385874-0JAN 2013 · HARDBACK · 678 PAGES
 Table o Contents
1. Introduction2. Origins3. The Atmosphere4. The Lithosphere5. The Biosphere: The Carbon Cycle o TerrestrialEcosystems6. The Biosphere: Biogeochemical Cycling on Land7. Wetland Ecosystems8. Inland Waters9. The Oceans10. The Global Water Cycle11. The Global Carbon Cycle12. The Global Cycles o Nitrogen and Phosphorus13. The Global Cycles o Sulur and Mercury14. Perspectives
“A comprehensive treatment of thefield of Biogeochemistry, whichis both expanding rapidly and becoming increasingly important for helping identify sustainability. Wecan’t all be specialists on all of thesetopics, but this book will quickly bring you up to speed on a full range of biogeochemical processes and cycles. A read and reference for every seriousEarth Systems scientist and student.” 
—Eric Davidson,
 The Woods HoleResearch Center
“The new edition of WilliamSchlesinger’s
Biogeochemistry
offersa clearly written, well-documented introduction to what every personshould know if we are to navigatesuccessfully to a sustainable future for our planet.” 
—Michael McElroy,
Harvard University

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