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ItemFacial ExpressionsFridlund, AJ ; Crivelli, C ; Jarillo, S ; Fernández-Dols, J-M ; Russell, JA (Springer International Publishing, 2021)
ItemNegotiating the mine Commitments, engagements, contradictionsBebbington, A ; Estefanía Carballo, A ; GREGORY, G ; Werner, T ; Havice, E ; Valdivia, G ; Himley, M (Routledge, 2021)This Handbook provides an essential guide to the study of resources and their role in socio-environmental change.
ItemPensando el desarrollo: Una genealogía latinoamericanaCARBALLO, AE ; Beling, AE ; Bonet de Viola, AM ; Luna Bravo, JL (FLACSO/ GRAMA Ediciones, 2016)The chapter, whose title in English is 'Thinking development: a Latin American Genealogy', discusses the emergence of critical development thinking in Latin America. Given the contemporary surge of interest in discussions of development emerging from Latin America, particularly around the use of indigenous notions of development in recent years, the chapter argues that it is necessary to trace back the emergence of critical development in the region, in order to understand the implications of contemporary discussions. As such, it focuses on the schools of thought that dominated development studies at the global level and engage them from the particular perspective of Latin America. In this process it revisits both the theories that participated in global discussions of development and those that remained at the periphery of such discussions.
ItemNo Preview AvailableSeismic hazardsQuigley, MC ; Duffy, B ; Goff, J ; de Freitas, CR (Cambridge University Press, 2016-01-01)A textbook designed for students taking a course in Natural Hazards with an Australasian focus and context. Full colour and richly supported by photographs, illustrations and maps.
ItemThe development of a climate: an arid continent with wet fringesMCLAREN, S ; Wallace, MW ; Gallagher, SJ ; Wagstaff, BE ; Tosolini, AMP ; Prins, HHT ; Gordon, IJ (Cambridge University Press, 2014-01)This book provides a critical appraisal of ecosystem theory using case studies of biological invasions in Australasia.
ItemCool Melbourne: Towards a sustainable and resilient zero carbon city in a hotter worldWISEMAN, J ; karoly, D ; SHEKO, A ; whitzman, C ; gleeson, B ; sheko, A (Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI), 2014)
ItemUpdate on Polar Ozone: Past, Present, and FutureDameris, M ; Godin-Beekmann, S ; Alexander, S ; Braesicke, P ; Chipperfield, M ; de Laat, ATJ ; Orsolini, Y ; Rex, M ; Santee, ML ; van der A, R ; Cionni, I ; Dhomse, S ; Diaz, S ; Engel, I ; von der Gathen, P ; Grooß, J-U ; Hassler, B ; Horowitz, L ; Kreher, K ; Kunze, M ; Langematz, U ; Manney, GL ; Müller, R ; Pitari, G ; Pitts, M ; Poole, L ; SCHOFIELD, R ; Tilmes, S ; Weber, M ; Bekki, S ; Perlwitz, J (World Meteorological Organization, 2014)
ItemScenarios, information, and options for policymakersHarris, NPR ; Wuebbles, DJ ; Daniel, JS ; Hu, J ; Kuijpers, LJM ; Law, KS ; Prather, MJ ; SCHOFIELD, R ; Fleming, EL ; Hossaini, R ; Jackman, CH ; Phoenix, D ; McFarland, M ; Velders, GJM (World Meteorological Organization, 2014)
ItemDevelopment, planning, and agricultural knowledge on the central plateau of Burkina FasoBatterbury, SPJ ; CLINE-COLE, R ; ROBSON, E (Pearson Education, 2016-02-17)