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Science & Resources Prospects and Implications of Technological Advance by Henry Jarrett

Science & Resources Prospects and Implications of Technological Advance

Part of the RFF Policy and Governance Set Series


Science & Resources Prospects and Implications of Technological Advance by Henry Jarrett

First Published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


'The developers of the plans for the series of lectures from which this book emerged recognized that they were not covering the whole resource field. They were limited to six major topics [Genetics, Weather Modification, Mineral Exploration, Chemical Technology, Nuclear Energy, and Space Exploration]. On the whole their selections were very good. This authoritative, well-written book should prove very popular.'
Martin R. Huberty, University of California, Los Angeles

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Publication date

15th October 2010


Henry Jarrett

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Resources for the Future Press (RFF Press) an imprint of Taylor & Francis Inc


270 pages


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