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Encyclopedia of Earth & Space Science, 2-Volume Set

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Encyclopedia of Earth & Space Science, 2-Volume Set (Science Encyclopedia) by Timothy Kusky
English | 2010 | ISBN-10: 0816070059 | 640 pages | PDF | 101 MB
The new, two-volume Encyclopedia of Earth and Space Science is the perfect complement to the material typically taught in high school and college Earth science and astronomy classes.

Encyclopedia of Earth & Space Science, 2-Volume Set
Based on the NSES Content Standards, this comprehensive new reference emphasizes the physical processes involved in the formation and evolution of the Earth and universe, describes many examples of different types of geological and astrophysical phenomena, provides historical perspectives, and gives insight into the process of scientific inquiry by incorporating biographical profiles of people who have contributed significantly to the development of the sciences. The big bang theory is presented along with an evaluation of its physical principles and fundamental laws. The resulting structure of the universe, galaxies, solar system, planets, and places on Earth are also discussed.

This informative resource boasts full-color photographs and illustrations, as well as an index, appendixes, cross-references, and a chronology.

Entries include:
Asthenosphere
Australian geology
Black smoker chimneys
Charles Darwin
El Niño and the Southern Oscillation (ENSO)
Estuary
Galaxy clusters
George Gamow
Hipparchus
Japan
Madagascar
Mercury
Milankovitch cycles
Pangaea
Radio galaxies
Russian geology
Tsunamis.
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Finding the Big Bang (repost)

Phillip James Edwin Peebles, Lyman A. Page, R. B. Partridge, "Finding the Big Bang"
English | 2009-04-27 | ISBN: 0521519829 | 596 pages | PDF | 6 mb
Cosmology, the study of the universe as a whole, has become a precise physical science, the foundation of which is our understanding of the cosmic microwave background radiation (CMBR) left from the big bang. The story of the discovery and exploration of the CMBR in the 1960s is recalled for the first time in this collection of 44 essays by eminent scientists who pioneered the work.

Two introductory chapters put the essays in context, explaining the general ideas behind the expanding universe and fossil remnants from the early stages of the expanding universe. The last chapter describes how the confusion of ideas and measurements in the 1960s grew into the present tight network of tests that demonstrate the accuracy of the big bang theory. This book is valuable to anyone interested in how science is done, and what it has taught us about the large-scale nature of the physical universe.

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