Filename: climates.pdf
ISBN: 0736837353
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Number of pages: 24
Author: Theresa Jarosz Alberti
Publisher: Capstone

Download and read online Climates in PDF and EPUB Provides an introduction to the main climates on Earth, including tropical, temperate, polar, and dry climates.

Climate Responsive Design

Filename: climate-responsive-design.pdf
ISBN: 9781136743320
Release Date: 2013-10-08
Number of pages: 256
Author: Richard Hyde
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Climate Responsive Design in PDF and EPUB Climate Responsive Design provides a unique source for students and practising architects requiring guidance on climatic design. Covering theory and application it provides examples of innovative and best practice in 'responsive architecture' through case studies. The book also covers the broader topic of technology as a generator in design which will be of interest to all those involved in design and building. The book focuses on tropical climate but some of the theory can be applied to other climates; the difference in application is clearly delineated.


Filename: climates.pdf
ISBN: 9781590515396
Release Date: 2012-12-04
Number of pages: 400
Author: Andre Maurois
Publisher: Other Press, LLC

Download and read online Climates in PDF and EPUB Written in 1928 by French biographer and novelist Andre Maurois, Climates became a best seller in France and all over Europe. The first 100,000 copies printed of its Russian translation sold out the day they appeared in Moscow bookstores. This magnificently written novel about a double conjugal failure is imbued with subtle yet profound psychological insights of a caliber that arguably rivals Tolstoy's. Here Phillipe Marcenat, an erudite yet conventional industrialist from central France, falls madly in love with and marries the beautiful but unreliable Odile despite his family's disapproval. Soon, Phillipe's possessiveness and jealousy drive her away. Brokenhearted, Phillipe then marries the devoted and sincere Isabelle and promptly inflicts on his new wife the very same woes he endured at the hands of Odile. But Isabelle's integrity and determination to save her marriage adds yet another dimension to this extraordinary work on the dynamics and vicissitudes of love.

Climates Constitutions

Filename: climates-constitutions.pdf
ISBN: 0195646576
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 263
Author: Mark Harrison
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Download and read online Climates Constitutions in PDF and EPUB The first major study of European attitudes towards India's climate and their bearing on imperial expansion, this book shows how growing fears about racial degeneration led to the abandonment of plans for white colonization. It also considers European strategies for coping with Indian climate and explains the emergence of modern concepts of race.

Boundary Layer Climates

Filename: boundary-layer-climates.pdf
ISBN: 9780415043199
Release Date: 1987
Number of pages: 435
Author: T. R. Oke
Publisher: Psychology Press

Download and read online Boundary Layer Climates in PDF and EPUB Offers a description of atmospheric layers sensitively pitched for the non-meteorological specialist in a variety of disciplines: in geography, agriculture, forestry, ecology, engineering, environment and planning.

Principles of Planetary Climate

Filename: principles-of-planetary-climate.pdf
ISBN: 9781139495066
Release Date: 2010-12-02
Number of pages:
Author: Raymond T. Pierrehumbert
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Principles of Planetary Climate in PDF and EPUB This book introduces the reader to all the basic physical building blocks of climate needed to understand the present and past climate of Earth, the climates of Solar System planets, and the climates of extrasolar planets. These building blocks include thermodynamics, infrared radiative transfer, scattering, surface heat transfer and various processes governing the evolution of atmospheric composition. Nearly four hundred problems are supplied to help consolidate the reader's understanding, and to lead the reader towards original research on planetary climate. This textbook is invaluable for advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate students in atmospheric science, Earth and planetary science, astrobiology, and physics. It also provides a superb reference text for researchers in these subjects, and is very suitable for academic researchers trained in physics or chemistry who wish to rapidly gain enough background to participate in the excitement of the new research opportunities opening in planetary climate.

Warm Climates and Western Medicine

Filename: warm-climates-and-western-medicine.pdf
ISBN: 9051839235
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 240
Author: David Arnold
Publisher: Rodopi

Download and read online Warm Climates and Western Medicine in PDF and EPUB It is generally assumed that tropical medicine only emerged as a medical specialism in the late nineteenth century under the aegis of men like Patrick Manson and Ronald Ross. However, recent research (much of it brought together for the first time in this volume) shows that a distinctive medicine of 'warm climates' came into existence much earlier in areas like the West-Indies, Indonesia and India. Europeans' health needs were one imperative, but this was more than just the medicine of Europe shipped overseas. Contact with non-Western medical ideas and practices was also a stimulus, as was Europe's encounter with unfamiliar environments and peoples. These essays provide valuable insights into the early history of tropical medicine and from the standpoint of several European powers. They examine the kinds of medicine practised, the responses to local diseases and environments and diseases, the nature of the medical constituencies that developed, and the relationship between the old medicine of 'warm climates' and the emerging tropical medicine of the late nineteenth century. The volume as a whole expands the parameters for the discussion of the evolution of Western medicine and opens up new perspectives on European science and society overseas.

Cool Architecture

Filename: cool-architecture.pdf
ISBN: 1920744274
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 191
Author: The Images Publishing Group
Publisher: Images Publishing

Download and read online Cool Architecture in PDF and EPUB Introduces a range of international architectural projects, from residential and municipal to commercial and industrial, each designed to withstand cold-climate conditions including sub-zero temperatures, freeze-thaw cycles, heavy snowfalls and the long,dark days of arctic winters

Building Maintenance Technology in Tropical Climates

Filename: building-maintenance-technology-in-tropical-climates.pdf
ISBN: 9971691906
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 191
Author: Clive Briffett
Publisher: NUS Press

Download and read online Building Maintenance Technology in Tropical Climates in PDF and EPUB The main objective of the book is to highlight the important problems in building maintenance technology (broadly defined as the application of scientific principles to the care and preservation of building assets), suggest how they may be overcome with special reference to tropical climates, and encourage a greater participation of professionals in building maintenance work. The contents cover a wide range of problems mostly derived from the experience of the writers with buildings located in Singapore and the South East Asia region. These are dealt with under five general areas: (1) Structure and Roof Systems, (2) Finishing Systems, (3) Natural Systems, (4) Access Systems Building professionals, property managers, developers and others in the industry should find the book useful.

Climates of the British Isles

Filename: climates-of-the-british-isles.pdf
ISBN: 0415130174
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 454
Author: Michael Hulme
Publisher: Psychology Press

Download and read online Climates of the British Isles in PDF and EPUB Climates of the British Isles commemorates the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the internationally acclaimed Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia. Written by present and recent members of the Unit, the sixteen chapters of this book distil much of the work and expertise for which the Climatic Research Unit in famous, presenting to the reader through the geographical lens of the British Isles an integrated synopsis of what we know about climate at the end of the twentieth century. This domain is deliberately wider than just the United Kingdom. Yet climate knows no boundaries other than those wrought by mountains and oceans and while climate change has become a political issue in recent years the climate system itself continues to function oblivious to political boundaries. Climates of the British Isles combines the historical and geographical dimensions of climate to provide a more comprehensive account of the changing climate than has previously been attempted. The climates of past ages in this region are reconstructed, from the great Quaternary Ice Ages through to the Little Ice Age of the seventeenth century. A full description of the climate of the present century is provided, illustrated with a wealth of graphs, photographs and colour maps. Some important climate datasets are also listed. The book also addresses the prospects for climate change in the British Isles over the next hundred years and further into the future.

The Surfer s Guide to Waves Coasts and Climates

Filename: the-surfer-s-guide-to-waves-coasts-and-climates.pdf
ISBN: 0906720583
Release Date: 2009
Number of pages: 176
Author: Tony Butt
Publisher: Alison Hodge Publishers

Download and read online The Surfer s Guide to Waves Coasts and Climates in PDF and EPUB This title covers coastal geology, climate and big waves, storminess and surf, searching for the biggest waves, controlling the waves, and coastal intervention.

Climate and History

Filename: climate-and-history.pdf
ISBN: 0521312205
Release Date: 1985-10-17
Number of pages: 544
Author: T. M. L. Wigley
Publisher: CUP Archive

Download and read online Climate and History in PDF and EPUB This highly successful book is a collection of twenty papers, specially written by research workers in the many relevant disciplines. First published in 1985, it was the first major survey of both the methodology of climatic reconstruction and the problem of climate/history interactions, and embodies the results of fruitful co-operation between historians, archaeologists and scientists. It discusses: the climatic information obtainable from the study of chemical isotopes, glaciers, pollen remains, tree rings, archaeological materials and documentary sources; the theoretical and methodological problems involved in assessing the impact of climate and climatic change on past societies; and provides a series of case studies arguing for or against the importance of climatic factors in human affairs in specific economic, social and cultural contexts.

Weather and Climate

Filename: weather-and-climate.pdf
ISBN: 0865981205
Release Date: 1985
Number of pages: 216
Author: Paul E. Lydolph
Publisher: Government Institutes

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Climates and Weather Explained

Filename: climates-and-weather-explained.pdf
ISBN: 9780415125208
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 432
Author: Edward Linacre
Publisher: Psychology Press

Download and read online Climates and Weather Explained in PDF and EPUB Climates and Weather Explained is a comprehensive introduction to the study of the atmosphere integrating climatology and meteorology. Clear explanations of basic principles, concepts and processes are supported by a wealth of highly informative illustrations and a vast array of case studies demonstrating the relevance of weather and climate to everyday life. Focusing particularly on the Southern hemisphere the authors provide fresh insights into topical environmental concerns from global warming and natural hazards to sustainable global population. The textbook is supplemented by a unique interactive Student CD-ROM containing entirely additional material, for practical work and more advanced study. Closely related to each chapter of the book, the Student CD-ROM features: * Over 170 extra 'Notes', 40 illustrations and tables. * Multiple choice, self-assessment and practical exercises. * Extended glossary and key word searching * Hypertext presentation and extensive cross-referencing * A gallery of meteorological photographs in full colour A special Instructors' Resource Pack is also available containing an additional Instuctors'CD-ROM. For further information visit: website address here

Poultry Production in Hot Climates

Filename: poultry-production-in-hot-climates.pdf
ISBN: 9781845934170
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 387
Author: Nuhad Joseph Daghir
Publisher: CABI

Download and read online Poultry Production in Hot Climates in PDF and EPUB The poultry industry continues to expand in the warm regions of the world at a much faster rate than in temperate zones. Not only can it be quickly and easily developed in these hot climates but poultry meat and eggs can serve as important sources of animal protein in those areas of the world that have protein insufficiency. Fully revised and updated, this new edition describes how the detrimental effects of heat stress can be reduced through the manipulation of housing, breeding, nutrition and management, and includes new contributions on controlled-environment housing, waterfowl, and breeding fast-growing broilers.