Five Billion Years of Global Change
A History of the Land
Wood, DennisPublisher: The Guildford Press
Year Published: 2004
Pages: 336pp Price: $19.95 ISBN: 1-57230-958-X
Resource Type: Book
From the Big Bang theory to the Web, Five Billion Years of Global Change takes readers through the formation of the world, its oceans and continents, the evolution of the human species, development of agriculture and the growth of international trade. The book will be enjoyed by people interested in the history of the planet and concern for its future.
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