Rainforest Tree Houses
The Flowering of Australia's Rainforests provides an overview of pollination in Australian rainforests,
Ages 4 to 8 years. Children are introduced to the huge trees, colourful flowers, and other plants in South American tropical rain forests, as well as the insects, amphibians, mammals, and other animals that live there.
Bethan and her Beacon Flight family help Animal Ark's Shatara transport a jaguar, a family of monkeys and other rescued animals to the New Tikal Wildlife Preserve. Their mission takes them to a tropical planet full of island resorts, rainforests, and volcanoes. But when animals start disappearing off the grid, what seems to be a simple computer glitch turns dangerous when they witness a monkey-napping. Beacon Flight: Rainforest Rescue is a middle grade novel of space adventure.
This book discusses how to apply the basic principles of pedology to the tropical soils of the Indian subcontinent, with an emphasis on ways to enhance crop productivity.
The book showcases the research contributions on pedology, geomorphology, mineralogy, micromorphology and climate change collected from the literature on three major soil types: shrink-swell soils, red ferruginous (RF) soils and the soils that occur in the tropical environments of the Indo-Gangetic Plains (IGP).Â It also provides insights into several aspects of five pedogenetically important soil orders like Alfisols, Mollisols, Ultisols, Vertisols and Inceptisols found in tropical Indian environments.
Documenting the significance of minerals in soils and their overall influence in soil science in terms of pedology, paleopedology, polygenesis and edaphology, it provides a knowledge base that is critical when attempting to bridge the gap between food production and population growth. Â Â
Author Dusty Pilot draws you into a realm of terror when he takes a quick look inside a cave leading far beneath a Costa Rican rainforest. After entering the cave he becomes lost, and the cave becomes a prison infested with thousands of bats, millions of cockroaches, huge spiders and centipedes. Making his way through the twisting maze of passages without food or water for 14 hours, and a dying flashlight, his story will grab your most primitive fears and crank them up, leaving you breathless. One last startling and unexpected twist (years later back in the United States) warns all of us about the dangers lurking in dark, damp, mysterious places beneath the Earth's crust.
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