An index to English periodical literature on the Old Testament and ancient Near Eastern studies. Vol. 6

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Main Author: Hupper, William G.
Format: Book Electronic
Published: Philadelphia, Pa. : Metuchen, N.J. : American Theological Library Association ; Scarecrow Press, 1994.
Series:ATLA bibliography series ; no. 21.
Online Access:NetLibrary 
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Main Author:Hupper, William G.

Macro-engineering involves the large-scale modification and manipulation of natural systems for the benefit of mankind. The primary goals of some Earth-based macroprojects described in this book are power production, land reclamation, food production, climate change, environment, water, transport and coastal protection. Other Earth or space projects considered here have a more futuristic ring, but our present-day technical skill makes their realization possible. Earth-based macroprojects usually combine different aspects and aims. They have a major impact on the ecology of a region and the inhabitants' means of living (like tourism, fishing, shipping). Its effects may be felt worldwide, like the rise in global sea level after the damming and evaporation of large ocean gulfs for power production, or the change in climate following the regional reduction of solar insolation. Audience: This book will be of interest to researchers involved in macroprojects and students of Natural Sciences and Engineering.

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ISBN:0585129231 (electronic bk.)
9780585129235 (electronic bk.)