The Remaining Extinction

Author: D. J. Molles
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0356505898
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This is the sixth and final novel in the action-packed series following Special Forces Captain Lee Harden.

Extinction

Author: D. J. Molles
Publisher: Orbit Books
ISBN: 9780356505909
Size: 16.42 MB
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This is the sixth and final novel in the action-packed series following Special Forces Captain Lee Harden.

Unter Toten 1

Author: D.J. Molles
Publisher: Heyne Verlag
ISBN: 3641148480
Size: 20.89 MB
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Allein gegen die Apokalypse Captain Lee Harden ist in einem Bunker tief unter der Erde stationiert.

Balancing On The Brink Of Extinction

Author: Kathryn A. Kohm
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 155963006X
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Balancing on the Brink of Extinction presents a comprehensive overview of the Endangered Species Act -- its conception, history, and potential for protecting the remaining endangered species.

Das Sechste Sterben

Author: Elizabeth Kolbert
Publisher: Suhrkamp Verlag
ISBN: 3518740628
Size: 57.82 MB
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Elizabeth Kolbert spricht mit Geologen, die verschwundene Ozeane erforschen, begleitet Botaniker in die Anden und begibt sich gemeinsam mit Tierschützern auf die Suche nach den letzten Exemplaren gefährdeter Arten.

The Remaining Allegiance

Author: D. J. Molles
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0356503429
Size: 25.58 MB
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This is the fifth, never-before-published, novel in the action-packed series following Special Forces Captain Lee Harden.

Facing Extinction

Author: Paul F. Donald
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408189666
Size: 78.23 MB
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EXTINCT. IN. THE. WILD. brazil's Amazon basin holds the most celebrated and
important area of forest on earth, teeming with wildlife that still utterly defies
documentation. except at its eastern and southern fringes, it is still in relatively
good ... 2009). today, 80% of remaining forest fragments are smaller than 50
hectares in size, half the remaining forest is within 100m of its edge, fragments
are widely separated and only 1% of the original forest area is officially protected
(ribeiro et al.

The Evolution And Extinction Of The Dinosaurs

Author: David E. Fastovsky
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521811729
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... a nickel - becomes less and less in the remaining area. Indeed, as the area
being searched becomes smaller and smaller (as one approaches the wall), the
probability of finding any coin becomes less and less. So it is with fossils. As a
boundary is approached, the cumulative probability of finding fossils is
diminished because the area being searched becomes smaller. Suppose you
are truly omniscient, and you know that an extinction occurred suddenly, at a
particular point in time.

Biotic Recovery From Mass Extinction Events

Author: M. B. Hart
Publisher: Geological Society of London
ISBN: 9781897799451
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This double extinction event severely injured the reefal biota which has
undergone a further rejuvenation during the remainder of the Cambrian. As a
result of the lowering of grazing pressure and unhealthy metazoan-
calcimicrobial interactions, the remaining metazoan reef-builders were
eliminated by the end of the Early Cambrian. Consequent reduction of space
heterogenity led to the decline of calcined microbes (Renalcis, etc.) in both
diversity and abundance which gave way to ...

The Sixth Extinction

Author: Elizabeth Kolbert
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408851237
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According to a recent study published by the Geological Society of America,
people have “directly transformed” more than half of this land—roughly seventy
million square kilometres—mostly by converting it to cropland and pasture, but
also by building cities and shopping malls and reservoirs, and by logging and
mining and quarrying. Of the remaining sixty million square kilometres, about
three-fifths is covered by forest—as the authors put it, “natural. Forest fragments
north of Manaus ...