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Tapa dura, [EAN: 9781861894335], Reaktion Books, Reaktion Books, Book, [PU: Reaktion Books], Reaktion Books, The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. The South Asian Tsunami of 2004. The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. Hurricane Katrina in 2005. All of these are natural disasters that not only caused massive devastation but actually changed the course of history, and have influenced our reactions to and perspectives on disasters ever since.Spanning two millennia, "The End is Nigh "provides a detailed history of natural disasters around the world and how they have shaped our cultural beliefs and our practical planning. Henrik Svensen draws from many eyewitness accounts to reveal the personal stories of the victims of natural disasters. Through them, we are reminded that while the disasters are natural phenomena, victims often react in similar ways seeking to explain the disaster within the context of an omen or a divine warning. A geologist, Svensen also explores the science behind the occurrence of specific disasters, and he examines whether climate change is creating an environment where natural disasters are more frequent and more deadly."The End is Nigh "is as instructive as it is insightful and will appeal to fans of history and science, as well as policy makers and all those seeking to better prepare for future calamities. "The End is Nigh" is a great example of storytelling across scientific disciplines, and in gripping prose it spans geology, geography and history, anthropology, sociology, and the history of religion. "Apollon"", 9569993011, Desastres Naturales, 9569991011, Ciencias de la Tierra, 9569917011, Ciencia y Matemáticas, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros, 9570049011, Historia de la Ciencia, 9570047011, Historia y Filosofía, 9569917011, Ciencia y Matemáticas, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros, 9571664011, Mundial, 9571665011, Expediciones y Descubrimientos, 9571667011, Judía, 9571670011, Medieval, 9571671011, Renacimiento, 9571672011, Siglo XIX, 9571673011, Siglo XVI, 9571674011, Siglo XVII, 9571675011, Siglo XVIII, 9571677011, Siglo XX, 9571678011, Siglo XXI, 9571679011, Transporte, 9571559011, Historia, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros, 9576062011, Ayuda para Desastres, 9576055011, Ciencias Sociales, 9576054011, Política y Ciencias Sociales, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros, 9647831011, Ciéncia y Tecnología, 9647825011, Libros en Idiomas Extranjeros, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros, 9647843011, Historia, 9647825011, Libros en Idiomas Extranjeros, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros, 9647855011, Sociedad y Ciencias Sociales, 9647825011, Libros en Idiomas Extranjeros, 9298577011, Categorías, 9298576011, Libros

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The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. The South Asian Tsunami of 2004. The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. Hurricane Katrina in 2005. All of these are natural disasters that not only caused massive devastation but actually changed the course of history, and have influenced our reactions to and perspectives on disasters ever since.Spanning two millennia, The End is Nigh provides a detailed history of natural disasters around the world and how they have shaped our cultural beliefs and our The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. The South Asian Tsunami of 2004. The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. Hurricane Katrina in 2005. All of these are natural disasters that not only caused massive devastation but actually changed the course of history, and have influenced our reactions to and perspectives on disasters ever since.Spanning two millennia, The End is Nigh provides a detailed history of natural disasters around the world and how they have shaped our cultural beliefs and our practical planning. Henrik Svensen draws from many eyewitness accounts to reveal the personal stories of the victims of natural disasters. Through them, we are reminded that while the disasters are natural phenomena, victims often react in similar ways seeking to explain the disaster within the context of an omen or a divine warning.  A geologist, Svensen also explores the science behind the occurrence of specific disasters, and he examines whether climate change is creating an environment where natural disasters are more frequent and more deadly.The End is Nigh is as instructive as it is insightful and will appeal to fans of history and science, as well as policy makers and all those seeking to better prepare for future calamities.“The End is Nigh is a great example of storytelling across scientific disciplines, and in gripping prose it spans geology, geography and history, anthropology, sociology, and the history of religion.”—Apollon Books, Books ~~ Science~~ History, The-End-is-Nigh~~Henrik-Svensen, 999999999, The End is Nigh: A History of Natural Disasters, Henrik Svensen, 1861894333, Reaktion Books, Limited, 4/15/2009 12:00:00 AM, , , , Reaktion Books, Limited

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The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. The South Asian Tsunami of 2004. The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. Hurricane Katrina in 2005. All of these are natural disasters that not only caused massive devastation but actually changed the course of history, and have influenced our reactions to and perspectives on disasters ever since.Spanning two millennia, "The End is Nigh "provides a detailed history of natural disasters around the world and how they have shaped our cultural beliefs and our practical planning. Henrik Svensen draws from many eyewitness accounts to reveal the personal stories of the victims of natural disasters. Through them, we are reminded that while the disasters are natural phenomena, victims often react in similar ways seeking to explain the disaster within the context of an omen or a divine warning. A geologist, Svensen also explores the science behind the occurrence of specific disasters, and he examines whether climate change is creating an environment where natural disasters are more frequent and more deadly. "The End is Nigh "is as instructive as it is insightful and will appeal to fans of history and science, as well as policy makers and all those seeking to better prepare for future calamities. ""The End is Nigh" is a great example of storytelling across scientific disciplines, and in gripping prose it spans geology, geography and history, anthropology, sociology, and the history of religion."--"Apollon" The End Is Nigh: A History of Natural Disasters Svensen, Henrik, Reaktion Books

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The Lisbon Earthquake of 1755. The South Asian Tsunami of 2004. The San Francisco Earthquake of 1906. Hurricane Katrina in 2005. All of these are natural disasters that not only caused massive devastation but actually changed the course of history, and have influenced our reactions to and perspectives on disasters ever since. Spanning two millennia, The End is Nigh provides a detailed history of natural disasters around the world and how they have shaped our cultural beliefs and our practical planning. Henrik Svensen draws from many eyewitness accounts to reveal the personal stories of the victims of natural disasters. Through them, we are reminded that while the disasters are natural phenomena, victims often react in similar ways seeking to explain the disaster within the context of an omen or a divine warning.  A geologist, Svensen also explores the science behind the occurrence of specific disasters, and he examines whether climate change is creating an environment where natural disasters are more frequent and more deadly. The End is Nigh is as instructive as it is insightful and will appeal to fans of history and science, as well as policy makers and all those seeking to better prepare for future calamities. The End is Nigh is a great example of storytelling across scientific disciplines, and in gripping prose it spans geology, geography and history, anthropology, sociology, and the history of religion. Apollon History History eBook, Reaktion Books

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Spanning more than 2,000 years and many continents, this title tells the history of natural disasters and includes the Lisbon earthquake of 1755; the San Francisco earthquake of 1906; the South Asian tsunami of 2004; and hurricane Katrina, which devastated New Orleans in 2005. A History of Natural Disasters Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 01.04.2009 Buch (fremdspr.), Reaktion Books, .200

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The End is Nigh
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The End is Nigh

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A history of 2,000 years worth of natural disasters around the world.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781861894335
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1861894333
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Date de parution: 2009
Editeur: Reaktion Books Ltd.
238 Pages
Poids: 0,453 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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