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The Library of Congress classification system is used to group similar subjects together, which makes the collection browsable. Here are some related the environmental & earth science subjects and their call numbers.
G Geography. Atlases & Maps
G 70.4 Remote Sensing
GA Cartography & Math Geography
GB Physical Geography
GB 400-GB 649 Geomorphology
GB 651-GB 2998 Hydrology
GE Environmental Sciences
GF Human Ecology
GT Manners & Customes
GV Recreation & Leisure
This is is a comprehensive introduction to the subject, and a contemporary, authoritative text for students of public health, environmental health, preventive medicine, community health, and environmental studies.
The purpose of this regional workshop in the Southeast was to broaden the environmental health perspective from its typical focus on environmental toxicology to a view that included the impact of the natural, built, and social environments on human health.
As the state of the natural world declines, environmentally related health problems will increasingly shape the landscape of human health and disease. The confluence of several global trends - rapid population growth combined with an even more dramatic increase in natural resource consumption - drives ecological deterioration, and this in turn poses serious challenges to health.
A timely exploration of the impact of global change on the emergence, reemergence, and control of vector-borne and zoonotic viral infections. But one hazard that is rarely discussed is the dramatic rise in the number and magnitude of tropical virus outbreaks among human populations.
Basic consumer health information about unipolar depression, bipolar disorder, dysthymia, seasonal affective disorder, and other depressive disorders, including facts about populations at special risk, coexisting medical conditions, symptoms, treatment options, and suicide prevention along with statistical data.
Provides basic consumer health information about the health effects of environmental hazards and diseases linked to environmental causes, with facts about the impact on specific populations. Includes index, glossary of related terms, and other resources.
The book describes the many dimensions of SAD and a variety of effective strategies: light-therapy treatment; antidepressant medications; three dietary regimens; and a self-test to help readers determine their own level of SAD. Discusses the use of light therapy for sleep disorders, jet lag, premenstrual syndrome, and shift work.