Introduction to Energy and Environment

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Wiley, Sep 15, 1993 - Science - 224 pages
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Written to help students take on an active role in helping to solve today's critical environmental issues, this resource offers a unique, integrated survey of the environment and pollution control. Introduction to Energy and the Environment explores the earth's renewable and nonrenewable energy resources, including solar, wind, coal, gas, oil, and nuclear resources. It also explains the technology for extracting synthetic fuels, pollution that may accompany the extraction, and available pollution control technology for each energy form.

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