2 edition of Scientific experiments in environmental pollution. found in the catalog.
Scientific experiments in environmental pollution.
Elbert Cook Weaver
|Statement||Elbert C. Weaver, ed.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 40 p.|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Scientific experiments in environmental pollution. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, in cooperation with the Manufacturing Chemists' Association c (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Elbert C Weaver.
arevery few experiments that illustrate the application of areas, such as chemistry, to the environment. A set of experiments, "Scientific Experiments in Environmental Pollution," which was edited by Elbert C.
Weaver and published in cooperation wit,h the Ilanufacturing Chemists Association, ha. been published. As one might expect,Author: Theordore R. Williams. Pollution in the environment, and the impacts on human health and environmental quality, is a very complex and challenging issue.
In this textbook, we will discuss the many different sources and types of pollution in a science-based context, hence the name: Environmental and Pollution Science.
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This book is packed with scientific facts, experiments, and activities linked to pollution, waste and all things environmental. It brings a lively, hands-on approach to practical science experiments. Children can find almost everything they need for the experiments around the home.
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Soil and water pollution have a serious impact on the environment, and soil scientists and hydrologists need fundamental help for the estimation of the consequences. The experiments described in this volume deal with the quantification of.
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