Daniel Smith - Author

About the Author

Daniel Smith is author of the Sherlock Holmes Companion, also published by Aurum, and The Lucky Bugger's Casebook.

Featured books by Daniel Smith

Spade as Mighty as the Sword The Story of World War Two's Dig for Victory Campaign

Spade as Mighty as the Sword The Story of World War Two's Dig for Victory Campaign

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/07/2011

After food rationing was introduced in 1940, and German U-boats began threatening merchant shipping bringing in essential foodstuffs, the Ministry of Agriculture decided something had to be done to make the kitchens of Britain more self-sufficient. The result was one of Britain's most successful propaganda campaigns - Dig for Victory - encouraging every man and woman to turn their garden, or even the grass verge in their street, over to cultivating vegetables. By 1942 half the population were taking part, and even the Royal Family had sacrificed their rose beds for growing onions. Now Dan Smith tells the full story of this remarkable wartime episode when spades, forks and bean canes became weapons the ordinary citizen could take up against the enemy. It had tangible benefits for the war effort in that shipping could be reallocated for munitions instead of food imports, as well as for the health of the nation in encouraging a diet of fresh fruit and veg. The campaign threw up unexpected celebrities like C.H. Middleton, whose wartime BBC radio talks on gardening reached a vast audience, and it even sowed the seeds for the modern allotment movement. Ultimately it is a war story without fighting or killing, one that shows how even The Little Man with the Spade, in the words of the Minister for Agriculture at the time, did his bit for Victory.

Other books by Daniel Smith

More Answers Than Questions Where Every Quiz Has Many Answers and You Need to Find Them All!

More Answers Than Questions Where Every Quiz Has Many Answers and You Need to Find Them All!

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 14/06/2018

More Answers Than Questions is a quiz book with a difference. Each quiz is composed of eleven questions. Question 1 requires a single answer, question 2, two answers, question 3, three answers and so on, up to question ten. Then there is a bonus question, the answer to which comprises anything between ten and fifty answers. These are quizzes that all the family can work together to solve, rather than trying to out-do each other by being the first to shout out a single correct answer to each question. Subjects covered include: The Arts, Cinema, Food and Drink, General Knowledge, Geography, History, Literature, Music, The Natural World, Science, and much more besides. With each quiz truly testing the depth and width of your knowledge, More Answers Than Questions will provide many hours of family fun - and perhaps some bouts of frustration!

The Ardlamont Mystery The Real-Life Story Behind the Creation of Sherlock Holmes

The Ardlamont Mystery The Real-Life Story Behind the Creation of Sherlock Holmes

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 03/05/2018

The real-life mystery featuring the two men - Joseph Bell and Henry Littlejohn - who inspired the creation of Sherlock Holmes. December 1893. Arthur Conan Doyle shocks his legions of fans by killing off the world's favourite fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes. Meanwhile, in Scotland, a sensational real-life murder trial is playing out. Alfred Monson, a scion of the aristocracy, is charged with killing a young army lieutenant, Cecil Hambrough, on the sprawling Ardlamont estate. The worlds of crime fiction and crime fact are about to collide spectacularly. Among the key prosecution witnesses that the Ardlamont case brought together were two esteemed Edinburgh doctors, Joseph Bell and Henry Littlejohn. Bell - Doyle's tutor when the author studied medicine in the 1870s - had recently been unmasked as the inspiration behind the creation of Sherlock Holmes (Doyle said of Bell, 'It is most certainly to you that I owe Sherlock Holmes.'). But what the public did not know was that Bell and Littlejohn - a pioneer in the emerging field of forensic detection - had actually been investigating crimes together for more than twenty years. Largely unacknowledged, Littlejohn deserves equal billing as the prototype of Baker Street's most famous resident. In The Ardlamont Mystery, author Daniel Smith re-examines the evidence of the case that gripped Victorian Britain, putting forward his own theory as to why Cecil Hambrough was murdered. Outlining the key roles of the men whose powers of deduction and detection had so inspired Doyle, Smith explores the real-world origins of Sherlock Holmes through the prism of a mystery as engrossing as any case the Great Detective ever tackled. Will Bell and Littlejohn's shared faith in science and reason be enough to see justice win out?

My Recovery from Alcohol and Drugs Hear, Here

My Recovery from Alcohol and Drugs Hear, Here

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 08/02/2018

100 Things They Don't Want You To Know Conspiracies, mysteries and unsolved crimes

100 Things They Don't Want You To Know Conspiracies, mysteries and unsolved crimes

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 02/11/2017

THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE . . . Who was Jack the Ripper? Where did the Nazis stash their gold? Who are the real Men in Black? Did aliens send the 'WOW' signal? And how will the world end? 100 Things They Don't Want You to Know sets out to uncover the truth behind the world's most mysterious cover-ups and unexplained events that have been shrouded in secrecy for generations. From suspicious deaths and disappearances to enigmatic identities, from Cold War cover-ups to puzzling paranormal phenomena and from ancient artefacts to coded documents, 100 Things They Don't Want You to Know takes you on a quest to solve the greatest mysteries, strange disappearances, suspicious cover-ups and conspiracy theories. Including: Black Dahlia, the Marfa Lights, the Turin Shroud, Spontaneous Combustion, Lost Literature of the Mayan Civilisation, Disappearance of Jean Spangler, Shakespeare's True Identity, the Turin Shroud, the Easter Island Glyphs, the Death of Lee Harvey Oswald, the Mothman, The Flying Dutchman, the Secret Mission of Ruldolph Hess, the 'WOW signal, Lewis Carroll's Lost Diaries, the Man in the Iron Mask and the Beast of Bodmin Moor.

The Little Book of Big Ideas 150 Concepts and Breakthroughs that Transformed History

The Little Book of Big Ideas 150 Concepts and Breakthroughs that Transformed History

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 21/09/2017

An exploration of some of the most important and enduring ideas in human history - from religion, science, philosophy, medicine, psychology, politics, economics and art - each presented in brief, accessible form. 'Big' ideas are those concepts and theories that have radically transformed our understanding of the world we live in, our place in that world and the ways we have shaped the past and will shape the future. They are the ideas that have had a huge impact on human civilization - and they come from all disciplines of human ingenuity. Topics covered range widely and include Creation Mythology, Existentialism, The Elements, Relativity, Space Travel, Geometry, Ethics, Behaviourism, Genetics, Warfare, The Nation State, Anarchism, Capitalism, Classical Art and Architecture, The Renaissance - and much more. This concise, accessible and multi-faceted book provides an essential introduction to 150 of the most important principles of Western thought.

How to Think Like Sigmund Freud

How to Think Like Sigmund Freud

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 02/03/2017

The work of Sigmund Freud, one of the most important thinkers of the past two hundred years, redefined the fields of neurology and psychotherapy and the way we view the human mind. Most strands of the psychoanalytic discipline can even today be traced back to the leaps in understanding he made all those years ago. But his greatest success was to make the esoteric mainstream. The Oedipus complex, transference, the unconscious, repression, free association, the libido: these are all ideas and techniques from the Freud school of thought that have permeated the public consciousness. How to Think Like Sigmund Freud examines these and more in a quest to know one mind above all: that of a person who struggled with his own neuroses while attempting to understand those of others. Discover how the motivations and philosophies of a man who dared to tackle issues others feared to transformed what was a murky study into a real science. With this book you too can think like the man who came to comprehend the human condition better than any other.

The I Used to Know That: Maths Activity Book Stuff You Forgot from School

The I Used to Know That: Maths Activity Book Stuff You Forgot from School

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 19/01/2017

Arithmetic, Probability, Fractions, Measurements - maths is one of those subjects that continue to throw a lot of us in a muddle long after our school days. Yet we still need to use it every day, from splitting the bill in a restaurant, to counting out change at a till or working out exchange rates. The I Used to Know That: Maths Activity Book is a guide designed to take the fear out of maths. Guiding you through the all basics and beyond, this book is full of clear and simple explanations with enjoyable exercises to help square your knowledge. This is the ideal workbook for those who want to refresh what they learned at school and feel more confident with maths, or for people who just love the subject and enjoy a challenge.

How to Think Like Steve Jobs

How to Think Like Steve Jobs

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 26/05/2016

A titan of technological innovation, Steve Jobs thought differently to everyone else. He had the mercurial ability to know what people wanted before they knew it themselves, and what's more, he knew how to sell that idea. An advocator of good design in both function as well as appearance, his influence in Silicone Valley changed the way the world thinks about technology. But how did he achieve such success? What were his methods? How to Think Like Steve Jobs reveals the philosophies and carefully honed skills Jobs used in his journey to the top and in the consolidation of Apple's unique place in the public consciousness. With his thoughts on innovation, how to find inspiration, presenting an idea, advertising and much more, you can learn how to view the world through the eyes of a genius. The insights this book provides into the mind of the master will have you thinking like Steve Jobs in no time at all. Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Stephen Hawking, How to Think Like Sherlock and How to Think Like Churchill.

How to Think Like Stephen Hawking

How to Think Like Stephen Hawking

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 26/05/2016

A unique insight into the mind of one of the world's most extraordinary thinkers. Undoubtedly the most famous scientist on the planet and the very face of physics over the last half-century, Stephen Hawking is remarkable for many reasons. Not least because he has continued to strive to achieve so much while being hindered by debilitating illness. He has demonstrated categorically that if you put your mind to it, you can achieve anything, no matter your physical state. Of course, it helps if you happen to possess a mind such as his. His work on black holes put him on the map, and he became globally famous for his A Brief History of Time, communicating the most difficult scientific ideas at a period when he'd lost the ability to speak. How to Think Like Stephen Hawking reveals the key motivations, desires and philosophies that make Hawking one of the world's most enduring talents. Studying how he overcame great adversity, fought his demons as well as his detractors and looked back to the origins of the universe, and with quotes and passages by and about him, you too can learn to think like the man who claims he can think in eleven dimensions. Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Sherlock, How to Think Like Churchill and How to Think Like Steve Jobs

How to Think Like Stephen Hawking

How to Think Like Stephen Hawking

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 26/05/2016

A unique insight into the mind of one of the world's most extraordinary thinkers. Undoubtedly the most famous scientist on the planet and the very face of physics over the last half-century, Stephen Hawking is remarkable for many reasons. Not least because he has continued to strive to achieve so much while being hindered by debilitating illness. He has demonstrated categorically that if you put your mind to it, you can achieve anything, no matter your physical state. Of course, it helps if you happen to possess a mind such as his. His work on black holes put him on the map, and he became globally famous for his A Brief History of Time, communicating the most difficult scientific ideas at a period when he'd lost the ability to speak. How to Think Like Stephen Hawking reveals the key motivations, desires and philosophies that make Hawking one of the world's most enduring talents. Studying how he overcame great adversity, fought his demons as well as his detractors and looked back to the origins of the universe, and with quotes and passages by and about him, you too can learn to think like the man who claims he can think in eleven dimensions. Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Sherlock, How to Think Like Churchill and How to Think Like Steve Jobs

My Grammar and I Activity Book

My Grammar and I Activity Book

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 31/03/2016

Packed full of quizzes and challenges, this fun and practical workbook will help you iron out any grammatical errors and communicate more clearly. English can be a complicated language; with its myriad influences its grammar can seem full of exceptions and irregularities. This activity book takes you through the basics of grammar, punctuation and spelling, providing clear and concise explanations of each concept followed by exercises to test how much you've remembered and consolidate your knowledge. With multiple-choice questions, fill-in-the-blanks, crosswords, pictograms, 'Spot-the-Mistake' quizzes, check boxes and similar tests, which increase in difficulty, this is the perfect primer for anyone learning English or who would like to brush up on their skills and test their knowledge. You will never be caught out by misplaced apostrophes, dangling participles or poor spelling again!

Optical Systems Design 2015: Computational Optics

Optical Systems Design 2015: Computational Optics

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 30/10/2015

Proceedings of SPIE present the original research papers presented at SPIE conferences and other high-quality conferences in the broad-ranging fields of optics and photonics. These books provide prompt access to the latest innovations in research and technology in their respective fields. Proceedings of SPIE are among the most cited references in patent literature.

50 Strategies That Changed History

50 Strategies That Changed History

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 03/09/2015

Get right inside the strategic thinking behind 50 of history's greatest military, political and economic triumphs - and disasters. Learn how strategic thinking evolved as history's most gifted generals, politicians and business tycoons looked to the past for lessons on how to act in the present. See history as it happened - and experience the moments when events were in the balance and key players had to make crucial strategic decisions. This is history at its most immediate and gripping. With detailed fact files, a who's who of key players and ideas, timelines and clear infographics that illustrate the crucial moments that shaped history.

100 Things They Don't Want You To Know Conspiracies, mysteries and unsolved crimes

100 Things They Don't Want You To Know Conspiracies, mysteries and unsolved crimes

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 03/09/2015

Who was the Mothman? What caused the death of the Bordens? Did Lee Harvey Oswald assassinate JFK? And what was the true meaning of the 'WOW' signal? Daniel Smith, author of 100 Places You Will Never Visit, sets out to uncover the truth behind 100 unexplained events that have been shrouded in secrecy for generations. Under his investigative searchlight are mysterious landmarks, disappearances at sea, legendary myths, astonishing coincidences, UFOs, missing people and bizarre natural phenomena. Ranging from suspicious deaths (The Black Dahlia) to notorious murderers (Jack the Ripper) and from ancient artefacts (Tarim Mummies) to Cold War cover-ups (Lost Cosmonauts), via documents that remain untranslatable (Voynich Manuscript), debated icons of religion (Shroud of Turin) and puzzling paranormal appearances (Marfa Lights), Daniel Smith leaves no stone unturned in his quest to expose the bare facts and unravel the tales that have gripped curious minds for years. Also includes: Spontaneous Combustion, Whereabouts of Nazi Gold, Red Rain, Lost Literature of the Mayan Civilisation, Disappearance of Jean Spangler, Severed Feet of British Columbia, Shakespeare's Dark Lady, The Shugborough Inscription, Stonehenge, The Flying Dutchman, Lewis Carroll's Lost Diaries and the Beast of Bodmin Moor.

How to Think Like Bill Gates

How to Think Like Bill Gates

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 28/05/2015

Be inspired by Bill Gates and learn how to think big, manage a vast company, compete with the best and stay ahead of your rivals. A household name for his role in the founding of ubiquitous computer software company Microsoft, Bill Gates is one of the world's great businessmen. Creating software language was just the beginning of a journey that would eventually see Gates become the wealthiest man in the world, eventually turning away from the computer screen to combat injustices in the world and start his own charity. This fascinating guide: * reveals the key motivations, decisions and philosophies that made Gates a name synonymous with success. * studies how he honed his business acumen, faced down all competitors, overcame adversity and stood strong in the face of overwhelming odds * contains quotes and passages by and about Bill Gates With this book you too can learn how to think like Bill Gates.

How to Think Like Churchill

How to Think Like Churchill

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 08/01/2015

Looking at defining moments in Winston Churchill's life and revealing his key principles, philosophies and decisions, this book will teach you how to think just like Churchill. Remembered for his leadership during the Second World War, Churchill's commitment to 'never surrender', as well as his stirring speeches and radio broadcasts, helped inspire British resistance to the Nazi threat when Britain stood alone against an occupied Europe. As well as a hugely successful politician, Churchill was an officer in the British Army, a journalist, historian and a writer, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953. As one of the few voices warning about Nazi Germany in the 1930s, he returned to government to play his part in defeating Nazism, becoming one of the defining figures of the twentieth century. Studying how and why he accomplished what he did, how he overcame personal and professional adversity and stood strong in the face of overwhelming odds, with quotes and passages by and about the great man, you too can learn to think like Churchill. Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Stephen Hawking, How to Think Like Sherlock and How to Think Like Steve Jobs

Language of London

Language of London

Author: Daniel Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 26/11/2014

This beautifully presented and accessible guide is the perfect companion to learning the phrases of London's East End and the interesting origins behind Cockney Rhyming Slang - a language first invented as a secret code among the thieves of London's underworld. Organized thematically, rather than alphabetically, this book allows the reader to gain a full and comprehensive understanding of how to use a range of cockney phrases in each given scenario. Covering all the popular, traditional cockney phrases, as well as some more modern additions that aren't as well known, hundreds of sayings are featured and explained. So, if you're gagging to get your Hampstead Heath into popular reference at its most fascinating, pull up a Vanity Fair, pour yourself a cup of Rosie Lee and get stuck into this highly entertaining Captain Cook.

100 Things You Will Never Find

100 Things You Will Never Find

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 04/09/2014

What happened to Amelia Earhart's aeroplane, Van Gogh's painting of Dr Gachet and the crew of the Mary Celeste? This fascinating book unlocks the world's lost property cupboard and sifts through buried treasure, mysterious disappearances and unknown locations, examining the evidence - and the conspiracy theories - surrounding the world's most legendary lost objects. Who erased the Nixon tapes? Did Captain Kidd really bury his treasure on Rhode Island? Is Lord Lucan still alive? Ranging from a single gemstone (the Great Mogul Diamond) to hoards of jewels (treasure of the Knights Templar), and from a single man (Australian prime minister Harold Holt) to swathes of people (the Lost Army of Cambyses), via Shergar the stolen horse, the top secret recipe for KFC, the fifth spy in the 'Cambridge Five', the much-coveted Holy Grail and the sunken Tybee Island Bomb, Dan Smith shines a torch into the darkest theories and examines the hidden truth. A fascinating catalogue of lost things, 100 Things You Will Never Find will take you on a unique quest around the globe and across the centuries, searching for the legendary items that have inspired generations of explorers, scientists and storytellers alike. Contents include: Amelia Earhart's Aeroplane, Muhammed Ali's Gold Medal, Loch Ness Monster, Log of Columbus's First Voyage, Google's Search Algorithms, Atlantis, Missing Apollo II Tapes, Montezuma's Treasure, Lord Lucan, Final Panels of the Bayeux Tapestry, Formula for WD-40, Hemingway's Lost Manuscripts, Jules Rimet Trophy, Lost City of Z, Raoul Wallenberg, Missing Nixon Tapes, Lord Byron's Memoirs and a Complete Dodo Skeleton.

Monkey Mind A Memoir of Anxiety

Monkey Mind A Memoir of Anxiety

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/06/2013

For years, Daniel Smith suffered from bouts of acute anxiety, extended episodes without any apparent cause that seized control of his body and mind, leaving him an emotional wreck. Sleep was impossible and headaches and nausea haunted his days. Anxiety threatened his sanity and jeopardized his relationships. He had a prestigious job, a comfortable apartment, and caring friends-but, according to his therapists, nothing seemed to be wrong. Now in paperback, Monkey Mindis the story of how one man finally learned to live with-and laugh at-his own anxiety issues. Smith shares his own hilarious and heart-wrenching story from his first severe episode at age sixteen to his discovery of the author Philip Roth, who made anxiety seem noble, to his first job, which nearly drove him to distraction, to his struggle to give up the endless cycle of hand-wringing angst in order to keep the love of his life. Through medication, endless psychoanalysis, self-imposed isolation, and meditation, Smith finally makes peace with his restless mind and becomes the husband and father he longs to be. Whether you suffer from clinical anxiety or an overdose of modern life in our Age of Anxiety, Monkey Mind's combination of wit, candour, and serious advice will help you live in the moment instead of inside your own head.

How to Think Like Sherlock Improve Your Powers of Observation, Memory and Deduction

How to Think Like Sherlock Improve Your Powers of Observation, Memory and Deduction

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 11/10/2012

'You see, but you do not observe. The distinction is clear.' Such were the words of the master detective Sherlock Holmes to Dr Watson, as he noted how his friend failed to implement Holmes's techniques. In How to think like Sherlock you will learn how to increase your powers of observation, memory, deduction and reasoning using the tricks and techniques of the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. The book incorporates the latest techniques and theories across a range of topics: NLP, memory mapping, body language, information shifting and speed reading - this is a supremely practical book that will make you look at the world in a new light, and more importantly, impress those around you. Packed full of case studies, quotes and trivia from Arthur Conan Doyle's original novels and short stories, How to think like Sherlock also includes a series of fun tasks and games for you to complete that will ensure that when you reach the end of the book you will be thinking like Sherlock Holmes, the master of the science of deduction. You will never look at a shirt cuff, trouser hem or scuff of dirt on a shoe in the same way again! Other books in the series include: How to Think Like Stephen Hawking, How to Think Like Churchill and How to Think Like Steve Jobs

100 Places You Will Never Visit The World's Most Secret Locations

100 Places You Will Never Visit The World's Most Secret Locations

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 27/09/2012

Ever wondered what it takes to get into Fort Knox? Fancied a peek inside the Coca-Cola Safety Deposit Box? Would you dare to visit Three Mile Island? The world is full of secret places that we either don't know about, or couldn't visit even if we wanted to. Now you can glimpse the Tora Bora caves in Afghanistan, visit the Tuscon Titan Missile Site, tour the Vatican Archives, or see the Chapel of the Ark. This fascinating guide book takes a look at 100 places around the world that are either so hard to reach, so closely guarded, or so secret that they are virtually impossible to visit any other way.

Essays on Deleuze

Essays on Deleuze

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 15/05/2012

The articles in this volume have become frequent references for students and scholars working on Deleuze. In response to academic demand, we are now making them available in a single convenient volume. Several of the articles are touchstones in the field and a number of them have been often cited on the reception of French philosophy, especially the articles on Badiou and Derrida. An essential collection of essays that gets right to the heart of Deleuze's philosophy.

Think You Know it All? The Activity Book for Grown-Ups

Think You Know it All? The Activity Book for Grown-Ups

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 20/05/2010

A cracking general knowledge test - The Quiz Addict blog Were your school exercise books adorned with huge ticks, glowing comments and gold stars? Did you win prizes for your awe-inspiring performances on the toughest of tests? Do you still think you know it all? This is your chance to prove it as you work your way through a vast array of general knowledge head scratchers in Think You Know It All? If you reckon you've got what it takes to list the capitals of Europe, name the 52 states of the USA, check off all 38 Shakespeare plays, or recall all the James Bond films (in order), let's find out. With space to scribble, tick and graffiti, as well as an answers section for when you admit defeat, this book will entertain and challenge in equal measure.

The Stolen Secret of the Alps

The Stolen Secret of the Alps

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 13/01/2010

Anyone else would just wait for it to be over. Anyone, except Dominic. He knows this Game well, and he wants to change the rules. Poor Dominic. All he wanted was a nice relaxing holiday with his friends at the Alps. Why do things never go the way they are planned? The school trip abroad to celebrate the end of the exams. Great! A chance to spend time with that girl he liked...Brilliant! A group of armed thieves charging into the Chateau? Not so good. A journey to brave the elements and save the lives of millions? Unexpected. And then there is that final choice to be made...Does he sacrifice the girl he loves, for the lives of those millions? What will he choose? What would YOU choose?

Cold Regions Utilities Monograph

Cold Regions Utilities Monograph

Author: Daniel Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 31/07/1996

The concepts related to the design, construction and operation of infrastructure components for the delivery of water, the removal of liquid and solid wastes, and the provision of power for services are relatively new in the extremely cold environment found in the far north or south. The objective of this monograph is to introduce the basic principles of cold region environmental engineering. While it does not cover the basics of the environmental engineering field, it does present a great deal of introductory information related to cold regions engineering and the special geotechnical considerations that influence the design of utilities systems. The book is divided into 17 different sections that cover such topics as: planning, geotechnical, and thermal considerations; water source development; water storage; wastewater collection; utilidors; central facilities; remote camps; fire protection; and energy management. There are also appendices that provide additional information on piping options, vehicle-haul systems, snowdrifting and snow loads, and freeze protection.

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