Carbon-Oxygen and Nitrogen Cycles by Rebecca Harman


Carbon-Oxygen and Nitrogen Cycles by Rebecca Harman

Using an enquiry approach, this series explores earth science topics enabling students to learn about the natural processes and cycles that make the earth the way it is today. Various geological, hydrological, chemical and meteorological processes are explained, including their causes and the consequences. It focuses on the major processes that make the earth the way it is, and uses unusual imagery to increase the interest level. It features diagrams, timelines, maps and statistics. Rapid and gradual change are the focus of all titles

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32 pages


Rebecca Harman
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Publication date

15th November 2005



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