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The Anatomy of Mountain Ranges. J. Schaer and J. Rodgers, eds. The Anatomy of Nature:Geology and American Landscape Painting, 1825-1875. R. Bedell. Apocalypse:Earthquakes, Archaeology, and the Wrath of God. A. Nur and D. Burgess. Aquatic Photosynthesis:(Second Edition). P.G. Falkowski and J.A. Raven. Archaeological Oceanography. R.D. Ballard, ed. Atmosphere, Clouds, and Climate. D. Randall. The Atmospheric Environment:Effects of Human Activity. M.B. McElroy. The Balance of Nature:Ecology's Enduring Myth. J. Kricher. Benjamin Silliman:A Life in the Young Republic. C.M. Brown. Biology and the Mechanics of the Wave-Swept Environment. M. Denny. Catastrophes and Earth History:The New Uniformitarianism. W.A. Berggren and J.A. Van Couvering, eds. Challenger at Sea:A Ship That Revolutionized Earth Science. K.J. Hsü. Chemical Biomarkers in Aquatic Ecosystems. T.S. Bianchi and E.A. Canuel. The Chemical Evolution of the Atmosphere and Oceans. H.D. Holland. Climate and Ecosystems. D. Schimel. Climate and History:Studies in Interdisciplinary History. R.I. Rotberg and T.K. Rabb, eds. Climate and the Oceans. G.K. Vallis. Climate Dynamics. K.H. Cook. The Collapse of the Kyoto Protocol and the Struggle to Slow Global Warming. D.G. Victor. A Compendium of Geochemistry:From Solar Nebula to the Human Brain. Y. Li. Conservation:Linking Ecology, Economics, and Culture. M. Borgerhoff Mulder and P. Coppolillo. Controversy in Victorian Geology:The Cambrian-Silurian Dispute. J.A. Secord. Cradle of Life:The Discovery of Earth's Earliest Fossils. J.W. Schopf. Critical Transitions in Nature and Society. M. Scheffer. The Cryosphere. S.J. Marshall. Devil in the Mountain:A Search for the Origin of the Andes. S. Lamb. The Dynamic Structure of the Deep Earth:An Interdisciplinary Approach. S. Karato. Early Diagenesis:A Theoretical Approach. R.A. Berner. Earth Story:The Forces That Have Shaped Our Planet. S. Lamb and D. Sington. Earthquake and Volcano Deformation. P. Segall. Earthquakes in Human History:The Far-Reaching Effects of Seismic Disruptions. J. Zeilinga de Boer and D.T. Sanders. Earthshaking Science:What We Know (and Don't Know) about Earthquakes. S. Hough. Ecology of Climate Change:The Importance of Biotic Interactions. E. Post. The Ecology of Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vents. C.L. Van Dover. Eocene-Oligocene Climatic and Biotic Evolution. D.R. Prothero and W.A. Berggren, eds. The Eternal Darkness:A Personal History of Deep-Sea Exploration. R.D. Ballard and W. Hively. Exoplanet Atmospheres:Physical Processes. S. Seager. Extinction:How Life on Earth Nearly Ended 250 Million Years Ago. D.H. Erwin. The Faith of Scientists:In Their Own Words. N.K. Frankenberry, ed. Fault-related Rocks:A Photographic Atlas. A.W. Snoke, J. Tullis, et al., eds. Fieldwork:A Geologist's Memoir of the Kalahari. C. Scholz. Fossil Legends of the First Americans. A. Mayor. From Dust to Life:The Origin and Evolution of Our Solar System. J. Chambers and J. Mitton. Fundamentals of Ocean Climate Models. S. Griffies. Geochemical Kinetics. Y. Zhang. Geochemistry of Marine Sediments. D.J. Burdige. A Geological Miscellany. G.Y. Craig and E.J. Jones. The Global Carbon Cycle. D. Archer. The Global Circulation of the Atmosphere. T. Schneider and A.H. Sobel, eds. Global Environment:Water, Air, and Geochemical Cycles (Second Edition). E. Berner and R.A. Berner. The Grand Contraption:The World as Myth, Number, and Chance. D. Park. The Great Ocean Conveyor:Discovering the Trigger for Abrupt Climate Change. W. Broecker. How the Ocean Works:An Introduction to Oceanography. M. Denny. How to Build a Habitable Planet:The Story of Earth from the Big Bang to Humankind. C. Langmuir and W. Broecker. How to Do Ecology:A Concise Handbook. R. Karban and M. Huntzinger. How to Do Ecology:A Concise Handbook (Second Edition). R. Karban, M. Huntzinger, et al. How to Find a Habitable Planet. J. Kasting and J. Kasting and Hubbert’s Peak:The Impending World Oil Shortage. K.S. Deffeyes. Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry. D. Jacob. Invisible in the Storm:The Role of Mathematics in Understanding Weather. I. Roulstone and J. Norbury. Is the Temperature Rising?The Uncertain Science of Global Warming. S.G. Philander. James Lovelock:In Search of Gaia. J. Gribbin and M. Gribbin. Kinetic Theory in the Earth Sciences. A.C. Lasaga. Life in Ancient Ice. S.O. Rogers, et al.; J.D. Castello, ed. Life in the Balance:Humanity and the Biodiversity Crisis. N. Eldredge. Life on a Young Planet:The First Three Billion Years of Evolution on Earth. A.H. Knoll. Living Dangerously:The Earth, Its Resources, and the Environment. H.D. Holland and U. Petersen. The Long Thaw:How Humans Are Changing the Next 100,000 Years of Earth's Climate. D. Archer. Mathematical Modeling of Earth's Dynamical Systems:A Primer. R. Slingerland and L. Kump. Mathematics in Nature:Modeling Patterns in the Natural World. J.A. Adam. A Mechanistic Approach to Plankton Ecology. T. Kiørboe. The Medea Hypothesis:Is Life on Earth Ultimately Self-Destructive?. P. Ward. Megadisasters:The Science of Predicting the Next Catastrophe. F. Diacu. Mind over Magma:The Story of Igneous Petrology. D.A. Young. Minerals of the World. O. Johnsen. A Natural History of Shells. G.J. Vermeij. Nutrient Cycling and Limitation:Hawai'i as a Model System. P.M. Vitousek. Ocean Biogeochemical Dynamics. J.L. Sarmiento. The Ocean of Truth:A Personal History of Global Tectonics. H.W. Menard. On Fact and Fraud:Cautionary Tales from the Front Lines of Science. D. Goodstein. On Gaia:A Critical Investigation of the Relationship between Life and Earth. T. Tyrrell. Our Affair with El Niño:How We Transformed an Enchanting Peruvian Current into a Global Climate Hazard. S.G. Philander. Out of the Crater:Chronicles of a Volcanologist. R.V. Fisher. Oxygen:A Four Billion Year History. D. Canfield. Paleoclimate. M.L. Bender. The Parting of the Sea:How Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Plagues Shaped the Story of Exodus. B.J. Sivertsen. Phanerozoic Diversity Patterns:Profiles in Macroevolution. J. Valentine. Physics and Technology for Future Presidents:An Introduction to the Essential Physics Every World Leader Needs to Know. R.A. Muller. Physics of Magmatic Processes. R.B. Hargraves. Planetary Climates. A. Ingersoll. Plows, Plagues, and Petroleum:How Humans Took Control of Climate. W.F. Ruddiman. The Politics of Earthquake Prediction. R.S. Olson, B. Podesta, et al. Predicting the Unpredictable:The Tumultuous Science of Earthquake Prediction. S. Hough. Priests and Programmers:Technologies of Power in the Engineered Landscape of Bali. J.S. Lansing. The Princeton Companion to Mathematics. T. Gowers, J. Barrow-Green, et al., eds. Richter's Scale:Measure of an Earthquake, Measure of a Man. S. Hough. The Seven Hills of Rome:A Geological Tour of the Eternal City. G. Heiken, R. Funiciello, et al. Shoemaker by Levy:The Man Who Made an Impact. D.H. Levy. The Silver Lining:The Benefits of Natural Disasters. S.R. Reice. Spatiotemporal Data Analysis. G. Eshel. Stress Regimes in the Lithosphere. T. Engelder. T. rex and the Crater of Doom. W. Alvarez. Tambora:The Eruption That Changed the World. G.D. Wood. Theoretical Global Seismology. F.A. Dahlen and J. Tromp. Theory of Linear Poroelasticity with Applications to Geomechanics and Hydrogeology. H.F. Wang. Titan Unveiled:Saturn's Mysterious Moon Explored. R. Lorenz and J. Mitton. The Two-Mile Time Machine:Ice Cores, Abrupt Climate Change, and Our Future. R.B. Alley. The Two-Mile Time Machine:Ice Cores, Abrupt Climate Change, and Our Future. R.B. Alley. Vesuvius:A Biography. A. Scarth. A View of the Sea:A Discussion between a Chief Engineer and an Oceanographer about the Machinery of the Ocean Circulation. H.M. Stommel. Volcanoes:Crucibles of Change. R.V. Fisher, G. Heiken, et al. Volcanoes in Human History:The Far-Reaching Effects of Major Eruptions. J. Zeilinga de Boer and D.T. Sanders. The White Planet:The Evolution and Future of Our Frozen World. J. Jouzel, C. Lorius, et al. Why Stock Markets Crash:Critical Events in Complex Financial Systems. D. Sornette. Why the Sky Is Blue:Discovering the Color of Life. G. Hoeppe; J. Stewart, et al., trans.
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