Written by the editor of The Encyclopedia of Energy, Cutler Cleveland, this dictionary gives professionals across the multi-disciplinary field of energy a tool to better communicate on energy matters and understand energy issues and opportunities. This paperback edition, priced at less than half the price of the hardcover edition and expanded with over 500 new terms, makes this valuable reference available to an even wider audience beyond energy scientists, including new professionals, students, and corporate oil and gas companies.
-Over 10,000 entries covering some 40 scientific disciplines and topics
- Essays by scientists, biographical entries on key individuals, and historical comments
- Historical quotes on energy matters,
- Illustrated with 100 photos and illustrations
- Now expanded with over 500 new terms and available in paperback at half the price of the first edition
Energy scientists, researchers from economics, engineering, and environmental science, non-energy researchers, policy advisors, new professionals, students, the general public, libraries, non-government organizations, and corporations.
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- © Elsevier Science 2009
- 24th August 2009
- Elsevier Science
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"[T]his useful, compact reference work deals with a timely and diverse topic… The 100 ‘Special Essays’ on key energy terms are a unique feature. Written by ‘eminent scientists’ these essays provide greater detail than is possible in the regular entries… Although the book deals with some highly technical terms, the writing is sufficiently clear for both academic and public libraries to find this work of value."--CHOICE