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Environment is dynamic science and issues are being updated on regular basis. Clarity rating: 3 Narratives are often complicated on different issues. Such as in energy section figure 5.

Environment: The Science Behind the Stories, 2nd Edition

For freshman level class the content should presented in lucid form and easily understandable. Consistency Its consistent within framework of the text book.

Modularity rating: 3 The inter-related connection of content should be maintained with lesser numbers of subheading. Realigned with piece meal sub units.

Critical thinking questions accompany these features. Integrated Central Case Studies begin and are woven throughout each chapter, highlighting the real people, places, and data behind environmental issues. The Central Case Studies draw students in and provide contextual framework to make science memorable and engaging. The Science Behind the Story boxes highlight how scientists develop hypotheses, test predicitons, and analyze and interpret data.

These engaging profiles of current and classic research help students understand "how we know what we know" about environmental issues.

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Description Essential Environment: New end-of-chapter activities and interactive exercises on the Environmental Place Website help students hone the skills they need to make informed decisions on environmental issues.

Calculating Ecological Footprint activities at the end of each chapter give students practice in applying individual decisions to larger scales. You Decide web activities help students learn how to analyze data on global warming and conservation.

A central case study presented at the opening of each chapter draws students in, and the unique integration of the central case study throughout the chapter gives students a real-world context for understanding key concepts. Science behind the Story boxes offer detailed accounts of actual, reputable studies conducted in the field of environmental science and demonstrate how scientists study phenomena in the natural world to create models, formulate theories, and generate data.

There is one box in every chapter.

Weighing the Issues questions offered throughout each chapter develop critical-thinking skills by presenting students with ethical dilemmas. Viewpoints boxes , featured in every chapter, pose questions related to a specific environmental issue and present opposing views from individuals actively involved in resolving those environmental issues.

Current data derived from scientific research is cited and used throughout the text. New to This Edition. New Chapter 5 on ecology expands coverage of community ecology and biomes.Download instructor resources.

Share a link to All Resources. The newly revised Second Edition retains all the popular features of this landmark first edition—including its integrated central case study approach, and focus on current data and critical thinking—while new instructor resources make it easier than ever to give dynamic lectures.

For college instructors, students, and anyone interested in environmental science and issues. If you're interested in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep. Environmental Issues and the Search For Solutions: If You're a Student Additional order info.

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