By: EC Pielou
244 pages, 76 line illus
Drawing on a wide range of scientific disciplines from physics, chemistry, and biology to all the earth sciences, Pielou explores energy's role in nature - how and where it originates, what it does, and what becomes of it.
`A wonderful natural history of one of life's necessities, a refreshing break from the grand theory and special pleading of many a science book.....Read it.' Fred Pearce, New Scientist
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