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Prepping Outdoors And Survival : Box Set : Learn And Discover Indoor And Outdoor Prepping Techniques , Tips , And Tricks

DISCOVER:: Learn And Discover Indoor And Outdoor Prepping Techniques , Tips , And Tricks

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BOOK #1 PREVIEW

Many people will tell you that backpacking is a waste of time and way too dangerous, but if you follow the rules in this book, you'll find out just how wrong they are. This book exists to help you learn how to utilize your knowledge for the best so that you too can have the greatest trip of your life. It's really easy to do, and you will find yourself having more fun than you could possibly imagine. I have to do is try, and follow this guide so that you can have an amazing first experience backpacking.

BOOK #2 PREVIEW

Shipping container homes might seem insane. I know, I thought the same way at first, but the truth is, there are a few things that you can do in order to help you de-clutter your home and make it efficient. It might seem like you can't really do a lot in the small space, but this book will prove to you that living in a space like that is physically possible, and it's actually good for you in some lights.

BOOK #3 PREVIEW

Food is one of the most absolute essentials in survival. Ensuring that you have a sufficient source of food is essential in improving your odds of survival regardless of the emergency situation you are in. By using a Mason jar, you can preserve all kinds of foods for yourself and your family should the unfortunate happens. This book would talk about everything you need to know about these jars including how you can use them to preserve food. You will also learn about various nutritious and delicious dishes that you can prepare using Mason jars. You will be surprised to find out that this humble jar can indeed be a survivalist's best friend.

BOOK #4 PREVIEW

This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to use mason jars for survival and practical purposes - the easy and fun way!

Included in this book is a comprehensive guide about basic home canning, a few home canning recipes, and other easy uses for Mason jars that preppers will surely enjoy.

Sometimes the simplest of devices can do miracles in the hands of the right person. Who would have thought that a simple jar can fulfill an incredible amount of useful purposes?

BOOK #5 PREVIEW

A pandemic is a lethal disease or virus that affects many people worldwide. Based on past experiences, pandemics prove to be deadly?-killing multitudes in a matter of hours to several weeks.

Considering the fact that virus strains are able to mutate, in the same way that humans and different organisms have evolved over the years, who's to say that a pandemic will strictly not occur?

BOOK #6 PREVIEW

I love camping, and camping is definitely one of my favorite hobbies. This book will show you how to become the best camper you can be, and to have a memorable experience with it while still being able to learn a couple of things about the nature outside. Spending time out in the wild and seeing nature in its natural state is a whole new thing, and for some, they might have never done this before. However this guide will help you prepare for what's about to come, and how to make your trip all the more memorable. Camping is fun, and if done right, you'll definitely get to make some amazing memories.

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Handbook of Climate Change And Agroecosystems: The Agricultural Model Intercomparison And Improvement Project (AGMIP) Integrated Crop And Economic ... Change Impacts, Adaptation, and Mitigation)

"Top agricultural scientists from around the world have taken up the challenge of sustainable agriculture, with the specific focus on integrating agronomic, climatological, biophysical and socio-economic perspectives and processes. Every chapter (of the Handbook) contributes to addressing the growing food-security challenges facing the world."Foreword by Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia UniversityClimate effects on agriculture are of increasing concern in both the scientific and policy communities because of the growing population and the greater uncertainty in the weather during growing seasons. Changes in production are directly linked to variations in temperature and precipitation during the growing season and often to the offseason changes in weather because of soil water storage to replenish the soil profile. This is not an isolated problem but one of worldwide interest because each country has concerns about their food security.The Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP) was developed to evaluate agricultural models and intercompare their ability to predict climate impacts. In sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, South America and East Asia, AgMIP regional research teams (RRTs) are conducting integrated assessments to improve understanding of agricultural impacts of climate change (including biophysical and economic impacts) at national and regional scales. Other AgMIP initiatives include global gridded modeling, data and information technology (IT) tool development, simulation of crop pests and diseases, site-based crop-climate sensitivity studies, and aggregation and scaling.

Saving Taffy Turtle: Recycling and protecting the environment made simple so that the children can understand all about it

Children will love learning about Taffy the cute Pink Turtle in this story. They will be more aware of the many ways in which they can enjoy nature and protect the sea creatures at the same time. Children will love to read about the life of turtles and how important they are, and they will want to do all they can to find out about the many things they can do to protect the environment. They will assist with recycling and do more of these great activities; as they will understand how important it is and how it affects thier ability to enjoy the things they tend to take for granted everyday.

Teachers who are in charge of Environmental Clubs in schools will find it much easier to explain simple concepts about the environment to the children, when they have this book. This is a very good book for children to read both when they are in school and when they are at home, as we all know how important it is for them to learn all about protecting the environment and planning for a future that is bright.

Let's not take it for granted that the beaches will continue being beautiful, if we keep on allowing our plastic waste to litter them everyday. This is not a problem we can afford to ignore, so let us start telling the children about the changes they need to make for themselves, so that they can enjoy the thiing we enjoy now, when they become adults.

We can't say we are preparing them for a future that is bright, if we don't tell them all they need to know about protecting the environment. This book makes it easy for parents and teachers to tell the children what they need to hear. Protecting the Environment is written about in simple language and a cute baby girl Turtle is the main Character. So it will be easy for the children to learn about this important topic, in a great way.

The children will like the rhymes too, as the whole story rhymes from the beginning to the end ; and they might even be able to sing the story after a while. This story is truly different from any other story you have ever read for a child and I am sure you will want to purchase copies of the book for all the children you know, so that they can begin learning about the things they can do to make their future bright.

You will also be contributing to a great project that is designed to increase awareness about things even the children can do to protect the environment and protect the sea creatures. More books about this topic will be done for the children as time goes on. As you continue your support of the project by purchasing as many copies of this one as you possibly can.

Don't allow the children to say we did nothing to change the destruction of the environment, when we can start telling them all they need to know today. Don't say it is hard, when it is as simple as buying ebooks online.

Mulholland & The St. Francis Dam Failure: Anatomy of Catastrophe (Shit Doesn't Just Happen Book 4)

Quote: During the Los Angeles Coroner's Inquest, William Mulholland said, "this inquest is a very painful for me to have to attend but it is the occasion of that is painful. The only ones I envy about this whole thing are the ones who are dead." In later testimony, after responding to a question, he added, "Whether it is good or bad, don't blame anyone else, you just fasten it on me. If there was an error in human judgment, I was the human, I won't try to fasten it on anyone else." William Mulholland, chief engineer, Water Department Los Angeles

Every man-made disaster and catastrophe has at least six Cascade Events leading up to the final event, the catastrophe according to the Rule of Seven.

This is a quick read of the Cascade Events of the second greatest loss of life in the history of California: The St. Francis Dam.

Bob examines the Rule of Seven, and how human error plays a role in many catastrophes. Nothing happens in isolation or as a result of a single event. Thus, by learning from history, we can gain insight into preventing a similar catastrophe in the future. William Mulholland, a self-taught engineer, brought water to Los Angeles, but he also brought a catastrophe in the form of the St. Francis dam which failed, killing hundreds. From the very land the dam was placed on, to its design, to the failure of Mulholland on the very day the dam would collapse when called by the worried dam-keeper, to see the pending catastrophe.

This is one of many catastrophes that Bob Mayer, former Green Beret, West Point Graduate and NY Times Bestselling Author, examines in his series of shorts: The Anatomy of a Catastrophe.

The Carbon Control Knob (National Climate Seminar Book 4)

On November 2, 2011, Richard Alley participated in The National Climate Seminar, a series of webinars sponsored by Bard College's Center for Environmental Policy. The online seminars provide a forum for leading scientists, writers, and other experts to talk about critical issues regarding climate change. The series also opens a public conversation, inviting participants to ask questions and contribute their own thoughts.

Dr. Alley conducts research on the paleoclimatic record at The Pennsylvania State University in order to understand the history, and perhaps the future, of climate change. In his lecture, Alley gave a concise overview of why we know what we know about climate change, and what that evidence can tell us about today's warming planet. Alley not only provides an accessible science lesson, but reveals his own greatest concerns about climate change and offers advice to those who want to stop debating the subtleties of climate science and act now.

This E-ssential is an edited version of Alley's talk and the subsequent question and answer session. While some material has been cut and some language modified for clarity, the intention was to retain the substance of the original discussion.

Forests at Risk: Climate Change and the Future of the American West

Climate change poses a huge threat to the West. The current mountain pine beetle epidemic with over 50 million acres of dying trees in western North America has created a powerful "teachable moment" across the region.

A primary goal of the Forests At Risk symposium was to reframe the nation's climate change dialogue by making the issue both personal and real to many who may not appreciate its connection to the immediate world around them. While some may have difficulty relating to rising sea levels, falling water tables, imperiled polar bears and melting glaciers in far-off places, they are still shocked by the sight of vast dying forests around their homes. The Forests At Risk symposium explored the statement by Andy Jacobson, a carbon cycle scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Boulder, that "this is the kind of feedback we're all very worried about in the carbon cycle ... a warming planet leading to, in this case, an insect outbreak that increases carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, which can increase warming."

The overwhelming scientific consensus holds that climate change is one of the most serious threats facing humankind today. We have a soberingly short time in which to reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases if we are to preserve our quality of life and environment. In addition to the global urgency, the American West is deeply dependent on the health of its forests, mountains and streams for both its quality of life and its economy. Put simply, if global warming shortens our winters, diminishes our recreation, and unleashes wildfires, diseases and insect epidemics that devastate our forests, the regional damage would be incalculable.

NOW is the perfect time to learn more in this ebook. The Forests At Risk symposium represented the first substantial public forum focused directly on the connection between climate change and forest health in the American West. In the wake of millions of acres of pine beetle devastation across our continent, this is the ideal moment to highlight the climate change connection and focus on the question of what happens when our forests transform from carbon sinks into carbon sources.

Locavore U.S.A.: How a local-food economy is changing one community, a chapter from the book Change Comes to Dinner

In 1950, at least 70 percent of Montana's food was grown in Montana. Many states used to have robust local-food economies, but that has changed drastically around the country in recent decades. National-scale food businesses beat out community-oriented small and medium-sized operations, laying waste to the infrastructure that once supported thriving local-food economies.

There is rising interest in again making food a local affair. But jump-starting a locavore economy is a tricky business. To cut down the massive distances that the vast majority of food eaten in the United States travels before it reaches dinner plates, communities must work to nurture "a cascading effect" by which each piece of a local-food economy enables and then reinforces the others to create a robust, cost-effective network.

Locavore U.S.A. introduces readers to some brave, hard-working souls in western Montana who are building their own such network piece by piece. In the process they are uncovering a key way to transform our industrially dominated food system.

The following ebook is taken from the book Change Comes to Dinner.



Children's Book About Tigers: A Kids Picture Book About Tigers with Photos and Fun Facts

Jessica Lopez is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about tigers in detail among the content of, Children's Book About Tigers: A Kids Picture Book About Tigers with Photos and Fun Facts.

This delightful picture book for children, ages about 4-10, contains a variety of fun facts about tigers and contains wonderful graphic images to accompany the story. It offers interesting facts, in simple language, and although appropriate for all these ages, for the 4 year olds to early second grade, it will probably need to be viewed with a parent.

Students will encounter new words and concepts. They'll read about some aspects of the tiger that they may not have known about, like where do tigers live, how they hunt and how the tiger raises her cubs. Other subjects in the book include, facts about the tigers speed and endurance and the Bengal Tiger. In addition, the end of each chapter gives your child more information in the form of a factoid under the heading; Tiger Tales...

The images in the book are primarily colored Photographs that are stunning if read with a Kindle Fire or the Kindle Application on one of the tablet devices or the PC. Black and White readers will be also see them clearly but will just miss the added dimension available. Children will also find answers to kid-style questions like;

How do tigers hunt?

Why are the cubs vulnerable?

What is a White Tiger?

Teachers and homeschooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. It provides selected passages on an assortment of subjects. Science facts, history facts, and cultural facts are all presented for the young reader. Great illustrations bring the text to life.

The main subject of this ebook is to let your children explore the world of the tiger making this a fantastic addition to every children's library, whether on the child's reader or a parent's or grandparent's reader. It also makes a fantastic addition for reading in the car.

Waltzing With Wildlife: Ten Things NOT to Do in Our National Parks: Vacation Survival Tips

307 million people visit U.S. national parks every year. Some will die during their vacation from easily preventable reckless behavior. The survival tips in this graphic pamphlet will help you safely encounter wildlife, challenging terrain, and bad weather. Stay alive to enjoy your visit to our parks.

Climatic and Environmental Challenges: Learning from the Horn of Africa (Corne de l'Afrique contemporaine)

In the prospect of the COP21 held in Paris in December 2015, the French Centre for Ethiopian Studies (CFEE) organised a scientific conference on environmental and climatic changes in the horn of Africa, with a decisive financial support of the Institut francais (Fonds d'Alembert), Paris. The conference was part of a larger event, called "the Road to Paris" and organised by the French Embassy to Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network (HoA-REC&N), Addis Ababa University, in HoA-REC&N headquarters at Gullele Botanic Gardens, Addis Ababa, from 7 to 9 April 2015. In this event, our first purpose was to set aside from the pressure of short-term and policy-oriented concerns raised by the international bureaucracies and bilateral donors, as to try to explore diverse, cross-disciplinary dimensions related to environmental change in the region in a wider way, wider in time and also wider in the elements observed. In a way, the Road to Paris event has also showed, with the various stakeholders and speakers it has gathered, that the issue of climate change has "solidified" automatic discourses, supporting wishful intentions and thinking, and clearly embedded in the building of professional opportunities and international careers. These discourses, indeed, are everything but close to the reality observed on the ground. In this new, competitive, social field, priority may not be easily given to scientific exploration that is not directly policy-oriented and that requires a longer time to produce strong data than what the political and bureaucratic agendas allow. One could not state, though, that interest for science is totally absent in these arenas on climate change. But, invariably, public expectations appear to be much too high in scope and in time, compared to what intellectual curiosity and scientific processes and protocols can produce on a day-to-day basis. Improving awareness on environmental changes should start here: to give a better understanding on the complexity and multiplicity of factors involved in the relation between human evolution, societal choices and developments, and natural environments. The French Centre for Ethiopian Studies (CFEE) in Addis Ababa was quite well equipped to initiate, with its partners, such a cross-disciplinary exploration.

Lions, Tigers, Bears and More! Coloring Book

These animals are so adorable your kids will absolutely love them Coloring these animals is an expe....

A Smart Kids Guide To WICKED WONDERS AND AVENGING AVALANCHES: A World Of Learning At Your Fingertips

Bestselling children's author Liam Saxon is proud to presents TWO BOOKS IN ONE! Introducing "A Smart Kids Guide To WICKED WONDERS AND AVENGING AVALANCHES." DOUBLE the fun, and DOUBLE the learning! This book uses captivating images and expertly written words to teach children about "WICKED WONDERS AND AVENGING AVALANCHES" Perfect reading for any occasion and especially ideal for bed times, long journeys or for bonding with your child. Fun Filled Learning for Your Child (and you!) Every one of our books is lovingly researched, illustrated and put together to outstand, awe and inspire the reader. Our beautiful images help explain and enlighten each well-written fact. This book covers a range of exciting topics including: * INTRODUCTION - WHAT ARE THE SEVEN WONDERS OF THE WORLD? * TELL ME ABOUT THE GREAT PYRAMID OF GIZA * TELL ME ABOUT THE COLOSSUS OF RHODES * TELL ME ABOUT THE LIGHTHOUSE OF ALEXANDRIA * TELL ME ABOUT THE MAUSOLEUM AT HALICARNASSUS then * INTRODUCTION - WHAT IS AN AVALANCHE? * CAN AVALANCHES ONLY HAPPEN WITH ICE AND SNOW? * WHAT IS EROSION? * WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF AVALANCHES? * WHAT ARE POWDER AVALANCHES? PLUS - SO MUCH MORE!! We loved compiling this book and even learned a few things along the way and hopefully you will too. Get this book at this SPECIAL PRICE exclusive to the Amazon Store. *** Your child will love it - this is guaranteed.***

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