Encyclopedia of Environmental Issues Third Edition AT A GLANCE • 4 Volumes; 1,600 Pages • 800 Essays • Sidebars • Photos & Illustrations • Glossary • Bibliography • Subject Index • Category Index • Biographical Directory • Directory of Organizations • Concept Overviews March 2019 Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-054-9 Library Price: $495 NEW! Spring 2019 Now in its third edition, the Encyclopedia of Environmental Issues assembles information from numerous fields of knowledge relevant to the study of environmental issues, including biology, geology, anthropology, demographics, genetics, and engineering, and explains the interrelationships of these issues in easily understood terms. This new edition adds hundreds of new entries. All of the original essays have been evaluated for their currency, and many of them have been substantially revised to reflect the latest information available. They cover a wide variety of topics, including endangered animal species, air pollution, national parks, environmental legislation, oil spills, alternative energy sources, and global climate change. In recognition of the fact that people spend an overwhelming proportion of their time in human-made environments, essays also cover such topics as sick building syndrome, noise pollution, smog, and urban planning. Specialized articles cover biographies, events, books, legislation and international treaties, court cases, and organizations. The encyclopedia also includes nearly 300 photographs and more than 200 charts, graphs, tables, and maps that illuminate the events and concepts detailed in the essays. Volume 4 ends with several useful appendixes, including a timeline of important environment- related events, a directory of environmental organizations, a directory of U.S. national parks, a glossary, a biographical directory of notable figures in the history of environmentalism, and an extensive bibliography listing up-to-date publications that provide new insights into ongoing issues. Also included are a comprehensive subject index and an index of entries arranged by broad categories. FREE Online Access FREE Science ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES “A daunting topic is covered very well in this set… recommended for any library with science and social science holdings.” – ARBA “Recommended. Lower- and upper-level undergraduates; general readers.” – CHOICE “This set would be useful to general readers and students alike and would be a worthwhile resource for high-school, public and undergraduate libraries.” – Booklist ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES THIRD EDITION NEW! NEW! (800) 221-1592 www.salempress.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES SCIENCE 109