Earth: The Biography ePub download
by Iain Stewart,John Lynch
- ISBN: 1426202369
- ISBN13: 978-1426202360
- ePub: 1111 kb | FB2: 1182 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Earth Sciences
- Publisher: National Geographic (April 29, 2008)
- Pages: 240
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For other people called Iain Stewart, see Iain Stewart. Paul Hancock John Thornes. Earth: the biography. Washington DC: National Geographic.
For other people called Iain Stewart, see Iain Stewart. uk/staff/istewart twitter. Earth: The Power of the Planet (2007), US title: Earth: The Biography, five one hour films (Volcano, Oceans, Atmosphere, Ice, Rare Earth) about the forces that have shaped the planet and made it what it is. Cerapachys iainstewarti, a species of Madagascar ant discovered during the filming of this series, was named after Stewart.
Earth: The Biography. In Earth: The Biography, renowned science writers Iain Steward and John Lynch use groundbreaking imagery and the latest scientific discoveries to tell the epic story of Earth’s birth, life stages, and distant future demise. Each chapter examines one After four and a half billion years, our planet is approaching old agethe perfect time to look back on an extraordinary life.
In Earth: The Biography, renowned science writers Iain Steward and John Lynch use groundbreaking imagery and the latest scientific discoveries to tell the epic story of Earth’s birth, life stages, and distant future demise. Each chapter examines one of the five essential forces-meteor impacts, plate tectonics, the ocean, the atmosphere, and ice-that drive and shape our planet and determine its destiny
How Earth Made Us. Iain Stewart. In this lavish companion to the BBC series "Earth: The Power of the Planet", renowned science writers Iain Stewart and John Lynch use stunning imagery and the latest scientific discoveries to explain how our remarkable planet functions.
How Earth Made Us. Earth has survived four and a half billion years of being 'stirred from below and bombarded from above' but at the start of the twenty-first century our planet faces new threats, brought about by human actions.
By Iain Steward and John Lynch. The National Geographic Channel television series to which Earth: The Biography is the companion volume is expected to reach a viewership of 100 million people. By Iain Steward and John Lynch.
Iain Stewart (geologist). Scotland Rocks - A Tartan Tour of Planet Earth with Prof Iain Stewart. For other people called Iain Stewart, see Iain Stewart. Iain Simpson Stewart. Geology Men of Rock The Big Freeze Documentary. Earth: The Power of the Planet Volcano.
Professor Iain Stewart. Director of the Sustainable Earth Institute. Iain Stewart is Professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth, UK, and Director of its Sustainable Earth Institute. School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering). Room 102, Kirkby Lodge, Drake Circus. His academic interests in applying Earth science to pressing societal concerns - climate change, geo-resources, geo-energy, disaster risk reduction - form the basis of his 2018 recognition as UNESCO Chair in ‘Geoscience and Society’. Iain’s academic roots are in active tectonics and geohazards.
Iain Stewart is a lecturer in geology at the University of Plymouth's School of Earth, Ocean and Environmental Sciences. He presented the six-part BBC geology series Journeys From the Centre Of The Earth, for which he wrote the accompanying book. His follow-up series on the geology and culture around the Pacific Rim, Journeys Into The Ring of Fire, was broadcast on the BBC in 2006. Iain is the presenter of Earth: The Power of the Planet. John Lynch is the BBC's head of Science and History.
Iain Simpson Stewart MBE FGS FRSE (born 1964) is a Scottish geologist . London: Ladybird Books.
Iain Simpson Stewart MBE FGS FRSE (born 1964) is a Scottish geologist, UNESCO Chair in Geoscience and Society, and Professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth and also a member of the Scientific Board of UNESCO's International Geoscience Programme. Described as geology's 'rock star', Stewart is best known to the public as the presenter of a number of science programmes for the BBC, notably the BAFTA nominated Earth: The Power of the Planet (2007).