Explore the worldas natural resources and the ways professionals manage them with MANAGING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES, 6th Edition! Written for introductory agriculture courses, this book examines a broad variety of topics from forest fires and fishery management to water purification and energy conservation. Organized into an eight-unit overview, chapters cover the must-know fundamentals of land, water, and air, forestry, fish and wildlife, and energy and mineral resources, along with the issues impacting them today. Full-color photographs, illustrations, and case studies add depth and clarity to every chapter, while appendices urge you beyond the book to websites, certification programs, and additional learning opportunities that help you develop critical thinking skills. Now available in an eBook with highlighting and search capabilities, MANAGING OUR NATURAL RESOURCES, 6th Edition invites you to dig in and uncover todayas most exciting agricultural careers. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.The soil scientist is responsible for studying the physical, chemical, biological, and mineralogical composition of the soil. ... They may design experiments to find answers to new and changing questions about the soil on which we all live.
|Title||:||Managing Our Natural Resources|
|Author||:||William G. Camp, Betty Heath-Camp|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2015-01-14|