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  • From Logos to Bios
    Wynand de Beer
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    31,72 €

  • The Art Of Logical Thinking
    William Walker Atkinson
    'The Art of Logical Thinking' is a book written by William Walker Atkinson, an American attorney, merchant, publisher, and author in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The book was first published in 1909 under the pseudonym Theron Q. Dumont, one of Atkinson’s many pen names. The primary focus of 'The Art of Logical Thinking' is to provide readers with insights into develo...
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    10,89 €

  • Agrobiodiversity
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    43,37 €

  • Aves de Colombia: Libro de colorear (para adultos)
    Miguel Martínez
    ¿Sabías que Colombia tiene la mayor variedad de especies de aves en el mundo? ¿Te atreves a colorearlas?En este libro podrás colorear tus aves colombianas favoritas, con distintos niveles de dificultad para cada una, y leer información sobre ellas; además, encontrarás unos códigos QR con los cuales podrás hallar información más detallada sobre dichas aves y escuchar piezas musi...
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    11,11 €

  • Perspectives on Global Biodiversity Scenarios and Environmental Services in the 21st Century
    Quantitative models are increasingly being used to assess the impact of socioeconomic development pathways on biodiversity and environmental services. Regardless of the scenario, the decline of biodiversity will continue throughout the 21st century. Land-use changes drive biodiversity changes in terrestrial systems, while overfishing drives changes in marine systems, and climat...
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    327,65 €

  • Perspectives on Global Biodiversity Scenarios and Environmental Services in the 21st Century
    Quantitative models are increasingly being used to assess the impact of socioeconomic development pathways on biodiversity and environmental services. Regardless of the scenario, the decline of biodiversity will continue throughout the 21st century. Land-use changes drive biodiversity changes in terrestrial systems, while overfishing drives changes in marine systems, and climat...
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    248,74 €

  • The Darwinian Delusion
    Michael Ebifegha
    Pseudoscience Advocates DarwinismWhereasScience Endorses Anti-Darwinism Darwin’s theory of evolution, which asserts that new species are formed gradually through competition, is being challenged as empirical studies show that new species are, instead, produced rapidly through cooperation. In other words, the mechanism set forth in Darwin’s theory are not the ones that result in...
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    19,10 €

  • Handbook of Research on Bioeconomy and Economic Ecosystems
    Ana Pego
    Bioeconomy is an essential natural capital for life, citizen well-being, and societal prosperity. After decades of intense damaging use, pollution, and hydrological stress, Europe’s ecosystems are acutely threatened with serious degradation. This situation not only means acute economic loss, but also entails catastrophic ecological, social, and cultural damage. Handbook of Rese...
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    387,19 €

  • Intersex Diversity
    Megan Dennis
    'Intersex Diversity' by Megan Dennis is a comprehensive exploration of intersex conditions and their various manifestations. The book delves into the definition of intersex and highlights the wide diversity of intersex variations. It provides detailed insights into chromosomal intersex conditions, such as Klinefelter Syndrome, Turner Syndrome, Triple X Syndrome, and XYY Syndrom...
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    24,67 €

  • Reconnection
    Miles Richardson
    This book tells the story of how our relationship with nature got broken, why it matters and how to fix it. There is growing recognition that the root cause of wildlife loss and the warming climate is people’s disconnection from nature, yet solutions focus on technical fixes. Reconnection considers the problems scientifically. ...
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    31,97 €

  • Invisible Friends
    Jake Robinson
    Cutting-edge microbiome research is changing our understanding of reality. It is increasingly evident that microbes are the very glue that holds ecosystems together. This topical and original book counters the prevailing narrative of microbes as the bane of society, along the way providing much-needed clarity on the beneficial role they play. ...
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    32,50 €

  • Systemic Evolutions
    Chris Handrahan
    As a history, human reality is choiceless mimic to nature’s reality by its placement, inventiveness, creativity, and the compression of its localized space and time within a much broader system of existence.This collection of essays creatively elaborates topics such as evolution, environmental diversity, the nature of time, the finite and infinite worlds, instinctive awareness,...
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    15,22 €

  • The Evolution Delusion
    Bart Rask
    Does the field of evolution differ from other sciences? The author, a reviewer for a major medical journal, scrutinized hundreds of scientific references in evolutionary literature, adopting the same standards used for studies submitted for medical publication. The data show that there are two types of evolution, microevolution and macroevolution, with a clear boundary between ...
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    45,50 €

  • Multihazard Risk Atlas of Maldives
    Asian Development Bank
    The Multihazard Risk Atlas of Maldives is composed of Geography-Volume I, Climate and Geophysical Hazards-Volume II, Economy and Demographics-Volume III, Biodiversity-Volume IV, and Summary-Volume V. This atlas provides spatial information about Maldives and thematic maps necessary for assessing future development investments in terms of climate risks and geophysical hazards. I...
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    35,34 €

  • Monarch Butterfly 101
    HowExpert / Jessica Dumas
    This book tells what people believe about the monarch, why people love it, why it is important to science, the history of the monarch, the meaning of its name, and what the purpose of the monarch’s life is.- It gives a full description of what the monarch looks like, the metamorphosis, and a description of its four stages of its life.- It describes the monarch’s habitat, diseas...
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    37,30 €

  • IB Biology Revision Workbook
    Roxanne Russo
    The ’IB Biology Revision Workbook’ is a collection of revision activities based on the Standard Level Core, Additional Higher Level and Options topics that form the DP Biology course. Highly interactive, the workbook has a wide range of different revision techniques to consolidate learning at any stage of the two-year course. ...
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    30,49 €

  • Evaluación ecológica de un fragmento urbano de bosque seco
    Castellanos Barliza Jeiner / Rojas Sintana
    Este libro es el resultado de un gran esfuerzo por conocer la flora y fauna asociada a un relicto de bosque seco tropical dentro de una matriz urbana ubicada en Santa Marta, Colombia. Es la primera vez que se realiza una investigación del estado funcional del relicto del bosque a través de los ciclos biogeoquímicos y el estudio de ecología a largo plazo por la metodología de pa...
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    14,61 €

  • Animal Behavior, Extinction and Preservation
    Baby Professor
    Animals are essential life forms because without them, humans will have fewer chances of survival. It’s very important that children are educated on the topics of animal behavior, extinction and preservation because it leads the way towards the active campaign for life. It’s never enough to identify animals. Children should learn how they can be stewards of the animal kingdom, ...
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    25,29 €

  • Animal Behavior, Extinction and Preservation
    Baby Professor
    Animals are essential life forms because without them, humans will have fewer chances of survival. It’s very important that children are educated on the topics of animal behavior, extinction and preservation because it leads the way towards the active campaign for life. It’s never enough to identify animals. Children should learn how they can be stewards of the animal kingdom, ...
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    16,50 €

  • Biodiversidad de un bosque de galería en la Orinoquía colombiana
    Gelys Igreth Mestre Carrillo / Lucía Cristina Lozano Ardila / Luis Alberto Núñez Avellaneda / María Isabel Castro Rebolledo
    LaOrinoquía es una de las regiones con mayor riqueza de fauna en Colombia. Enella se encuentra uno de los ecosistemas estratégicos y más vulnerables delpaís: los bosques de galería. Estos ecosistemas se reconocen como conectoresde vida por su papel central en la conservación de los recursos naturales locales. A partir del trabajo de campo realizado porinvestigadores,estudiantes...
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    36,71 €

  • Climate Change and Its Impact on Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity in Arid and Semi-Arid Zones
    Ahmed Karmaoui
    Ecosystems provide services that are crucial and beneficial to the human population. The management and conservation of these services can assure the wellbeing of the local population. Climate Change and Its Impact on Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity in Arid and Semi-Arid Zones is an essential reference source that studies the effects of climate change on biodiversity and ec...
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    310,64 €

  • Climate Change and Its Impact on Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity in Arid and Semi-Arid Zones
    Ahmed Karmaoui
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    238,25 €

  • Steep Trails
    John Muir
    ‘When a man plants a tree, he plants himself. Every root is an anchor, over which he rests with grateful interest, and becomes sufficiently calm to feel the joy of living.’Steep Trails encompasses a delightful mix of John Muir’s essays and adventure narratives, spanning a period of twenty-nine years. The selections included in this book are varied: ranging from geological studi...
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    12,70 €

  • Biodiversity Baseline Assessment
    Asian Development Bank
    This report presents a biodiversity baseline assessment of areas at the Phipsoo Wildlife Sanctuary in southern Bhutan.This biodiversity baseline assessment was conducted in 2014−2015 at the Phipsoo Wildlife Sanctuary in southern Bhutan. Inventory and sampling of tree, avian, mammal, and fish species was accomplished in three areas. Grassland conditions and illegal tree harvesti...
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    35,51 €

  • Whistling Past the Tombstones
    Fred Mensik
    Over half a million fall Chinook once spawned in the middle and upper Snake River. Today, 100 percent of that prime spawning area is behind dams that do not have fish ladders. Hells Canyon Dam, the third dam of the Hells Canyon Complex was completed in 1961. Fall Chinook numbers were estimated at 15,000 in 1957 and dwindled to less than 10 fish by 1971. On the North Fork Cl...
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    24,29 €

  • Freshwater Biology
    Stanley Cain
    Limnology as a process refers to the study of ponds, rivers, lakes, wetlands, streams, etc. Freshwater biology is a sub-division of limnology. It is the study of freshwater ecosystems, especially their scientific and biological aspects. It studies in detail the relationship of aquatic plants and animals with their ecosystem along with species distribution. This book is a compil...
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    175,64 €

  • Marine Biology
    Simon Oakenfold
    Marine biology is the study of organisms that are found in oceans. It also studies all the habitats found in the ocean such as kelp forests, thermal vents, coral reefs, etc. Some of the sub-branches of this field include marine ecology, ichthyology, marine conservation, etc. This book is a valuable compilation of topics, ranging from the basic to the most complex advancements i...
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    183,14 €

  • Plant-Animal Interactions
    Isaac Clements
    Plant-animal interactions are biological processes that occur between plants and animals in an ecosystem. Biodiversity is a key factor in the propagation and sustenance of an ecosystem. The symbiotic relationships that are formed by different species contribute to vital environmental processes such as pollination, seed dispersal, etc. Species evolution also depends on the surro...
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    189,59 €

  • From Logos to Bios
    Wynand de Beer
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    24,94 €

  • Three Biological Myths
    Alain F. Corcos / Alain FCorcos
    By the end of the twentieth century, biologists and anthropologists concluded that there are no human races. In Three Biological Myths: Race, Ancestry, Ethnicity, Professor Alain F. Corcos raises the question: What about ethnicity? Is it also a biological myth? He also asks a very important question in a time when people are busy looking for their roots: What did your ancestors...
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    13,94 €


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