Wind Power

Wind Power

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Each book in Energy for the Future and Global warming explores key concepts and issues related to energy availability, production, and use-and explains the impact of energy use on global climate. The eight, volumes feature easy-to-read text accessible to a wide range of students, vivid photos, and clear, easy-to-understand illustrations and diagrams. This series will serve as a comprehensive and indispensable resource for anyone interested in the energy prospects for our future needs. Each book in Energy for the Future and Global Warming includes the following features: Reader-friendly text style encourages quick comprehension Correlated to the middle school science curriculum Developed in consultation with a science curriculum consultant Clear explanations of key energy concepts A Wealth of diagrams and other detailed illustrations that enhance understanding A glossary of scientific terms Key words defined within chapters Sources of further information, Web sites, and index Can you name a free, clean, and renewable energy source? The answer is blowing in the wind. In Wind Power, readers will discover how the historic windmill has become today's wind turbine and learn about the prospects for wind power in the future. Book jacket.
Publisher: Pleasantville, NY, USA : Gareth Stevens Pub., 2008.
ISBN: 9780836884142
Branch Call Number: j 621.45 SAUNDERS
Characteristics: 32 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 24 cm.


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