Encyclopedias: Geology and Earth Sciences
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The site provides images of the typescript of a proposed 20-volume reference work on the northern arctic and subarctic regions. "Subjects covered include archaeology, anthropology, botany, engineering, geography, geology, history, law (including international relations); language, medicine, meteorology, oceanography, religion, zoology, biographies, and special topics such as the image of the arctic in Shakespeare."
Encyclopedia of Earth
A free, fully searchable collection of articles written by scholars, professionals, educators, and experts about the Earth, its natural environments, and their interaction with society.
Encyclopedia of Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Brief entries, with appendices that include a chronology, eyewitness accounts, sources for further reading, and more. Part of the Facts on File Science Library series.
Encyclopedia of Estuaries [Rutgers Restricted]
"Covers the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of estuaries. In total more than 225 authors from around the world have contributed to the encyclopedia on such diverse subjects as biotic communities, essential habitats, food webs, fisheries, hydrology, pollution, conservation, and many more." Part of Springer's Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences.
Encyclopedia of Global Warming Science and Technology
Addresses the "fundamental disconnect between concepts of global warming developed in scientific journals and much of the popular debate in the popular realm."
Encyclopedia of Paleoclimatology and Ancient Environments
Part of the Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series , "the encyclopedia covers the entire span of the Earth's climate history from the early Precambrian to the Little Ice Age, and also offers an interplanetary comparison."